Took a visit with the kids. Or guide "Gordon" was very passionate and knowledgeable about the history of the crane, and of the whole shipbuilding Industry. I think he could have spent the whole day chatting about all the history he knew on Cranes, ships and bridges. A delightful visit. I'm going to recommend to my brother who I know... 更多
Visited the Titan Crane with my Wife and Kids Yesterday, and we all had a great time. The History of the Titan and of the John Brown's Shipyards is amazing, some of the most famous ships in the World were built here. Staff were very friendly and helpful, also what really impressed me was how passionate they all were about... 更多
great views, lift to viewing platform, film show. this was in John Brown shipbuilding where the Cunard liners were built. Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth, Qu2. Local history.
The staff at the crane are very knowledgeable about both the history of the crane and the history of that area of Glasgow. The view from the top is breathtaking. You could spend as much time at the top as you like just looking at Scotland's beautiful scenery. If you like your planes this is a very good place to... 更多
This is a terrific day out. Janice and Sandra who were our guides are wonderfully enthusiastic. Janice's knowledge of the area and the history of the shipyards is extensive and she is a great storyteller. The views from the top of the crane are fabulous, we were incredibly lucky to see it all on a beautiful day. The visitor centre... 更多
If you are revisiting or reminiscing about the grandeur and heritage of the River Clyde do not miss this. It is only open at weekends during the summer months, but definitely put it in the diary. The kids will love it too. Spectacular views of the surrounding area and you can identify where the great 'Queens' (ocean liners) were built... 更多