#GoIndustrial is making a splash this year for the Year of Coast and Waters 2020!
See our full #YCW2020 events listings here.
Go Industrial Day 2020
On 18th July 2020 for Go Industrial Day 2020 all our members will be diving in to the #YCW2020 with events on site and live streaming on social.
- The Vikings are invading Auchindrain on 18-19th July 2020 for Go Industrial Day 2020! Find out more.
- At National Mining Museum Scotland, discover the science of being drookit in this H20 water show! Find out more.
- Join the Scottish Fisheries Museum for drop-in storytelling and drop-in crafts throughout the day.
- Find out more about Almond Valley Heritage Centre's historic waterwheel on Go Industrial Day.
- Head on down to Irvine for sea shanties at the Scottish Maritime Museum.
- Summerlee Museum is having water power fun by the Monkland canal - find out more.
- Get up close to a mighty steam engine and meet the footplate crew to learn about how water is used power trains at Museum of Scottish Railways.
- New Lanark will have costumed tours, family crafting sessions, the summer exhibtion and more!
- The Maid of the Loch will be getting invovled with its event - Steam Engines, Models and Minecraft!
- Sea shanties and seashore storytelling will be happening at Discovery Point.
- Verdant Works will host a Victorian seaside carnival event.
More details to follow!
Scottish Fisheries Museum
- The Annual Harbour Festival is bigger and better this year and will round off the Museum’s 50th Anniversary celebrations.
- Two Exhibtions - Sea Change and Mr Darwin Fishes - are on until 21st April and 29th February 2020.
- Plastic Pollution 'An Ocean Story', a film screening, is on 22nd February 2020.
- Artist Will McLean will talk about Always Boats and Men on 26th March 2020.
- From 28th March to 14th June, Lesley Banks’ Landscapes of Water is an exhibition of work that beautifully captures the magnificent coastal and inland waterways of Scotland.
- On 18th April, visit the Scottish maritime heritage exhibtion, Ships Ahoy!
Scottish Maritime Museum
- See Woven Waves until 29th March - an exhibition of the Jutland Tapestries by Katie Russell.
- Betsy Miller gives a maritime history tour (with rum tasting!) every month.
- Woven Waves: Jutland: The Unfinished Battle with Nick Jellicoe will exlpore the biggest naval battle on 14th March 2020.
- Artsist Katie Russell will host a Tapestry Weaving Workshop on 28th March 2020 and a Guided Tour on 29th March 2020.
At Dumbarton, see Window on the Clyde until 15th March 2020 - an exhibition of photography from the river's golden age.
Enjoy some family fun with Crafting at the Quayside on 4th April 2020.