Updated: Jul 28
The Riverside Museum is a charming transportation museum on the bank of the Clyde River. Here you will find all kinds of vehicles, from different times and places: Cars, bicycles, motorcycles, trams, subway cars, boats, cartridges, and even wheelchairs.
In the middle of the museum, they built a street from 1920, With many examples of typical shops and services of those times: barbershops, a saddler, a photographer shop, a pub, an old subway station, and more.
It is a perfect place for children and adults, and I could only regret our kids were not here.
Admission is free.