Named after the famous James Watt, The Watt Institution is a local treasure. It brings together the McLean Museum and Art Gallery, the Watt Library, Inverclyde Archives and the Watt Hall in a wonderful, Grade A listed building, designed by Sir Edward Blore, who also designed Buckingham Palace, in the west end of Greenock.
The Institution is one of Inverclyde’s key heritage assets.
Recently renovated, it is a must see during your visit to the area. Explore and engage for free with the local arts, culture, history and heritage of Inverclyde in a relaxed, accessible, and welcoming venue.