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A visit to Paisley presents a variety of things to do and experience. Relaxation, nightlife, local sites and mouthwatering food should all be on the agenda. Some sites and attractions are pricier than others, but there is something for all sizes of budget.

Sightseeing and enjoying everything Paisley has to offer can be both tiring and expensive. Logging into Royal Vegas might be one way to address both of those issues. Playing mobile games is a great way to unwind between visits to local attractions. Royal Vegas casino games are also available to play on a laptop. The latest online casino games offer amusement and the potential to make money. Winnings from Royal Vegas games can go toward the costs of the more luxurious and pricey attractions that are popular when visiting Paisley.

barshaw park train

Train from Barshaw Park – Paisley

 

 

Eve Spa

A luxury experience in Paisley must include a visit to Eve Spa. Open seven days a week, the spa brings a sense of wellness and tranquility to a visitor in Paisley. An assortment of services can provide relaxation and a delicious sense of decadence. Indulge in the Aroma Room, Rasul Mud Chamber or Chinese Salt Room. The spa also has a sauna, steam room, ice fountain, and massage treatments. Facials and other beauty treatments make an Eve Spa visit complete.

Coats Observatory

One of the country’s four public observatories, Coats first opened to the public in 1883. The viewing is spectacular, and it is a great addition to a visit to Paisley. The observatory is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, but it closes between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. for lunch. Solar viewings take place between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m in June through September. Visitors can also enjoy night sky telescope viewing in winter months, weather permitting. These winter viewing opportunities are free of charge and require no bookings.

The Wee Barrel

This pub is one of the oldest in the area, and the traditional furnishings suit its modest atmosphere. A local favorite on match days, the pub can get lively in no time at all. Pints are reasonably priced, and the pub does have a lunch menu, but note that there is often standing room only before matches. The Wee Barrel can be found at 24 Love Street.

The Bungalow

Live music and energetic nightlife in Paisley are found at The Bungalow. Open Wednesday through Sunday, the venue features a variety of acts on its live music schedule. The Bungalow closes at 1 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, but closing time is midnight on Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday. Find the Bungalow at 15 Shuttle Street, near Fury’s Paisley, another night spot in town.

Barshaw Park

After the excitement of a night out, visitors might want to spend the following day relaxing in one of the area’s lovely parks. Barshaw Park offers 55 acres of activities and amenities for the public to enjoy. The park has floral gardens, tennis courts, putting greens, a boating pond and a mini zoo. Special events bring even more opportunities for fresh air and outdoor recreation.

Gleniffer Braes Country Park

Some of the best views of Paisley are seen from Gleniffer Braes Country Park. Additional views of Ben Lomond and Lower Clyde Valley may also be enjoyed from the park. Gleniffer Braes Country Park features an expansive 480 acres of moorland, farmland and woodland. Cycling and walking routes give visitors the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the park however it suits them.

Ralston Golf Course

Golf is a popular activity for visitors to the area, and Paisley does not disappoint. Although the club is private, they do welcome visitors. The club features a challenging course, a pro shop and practice facilities. The club is meticulously maintained, adding to the experience of indulging in a relaxing round of golf.

Ashoka Cook School

For something completely different, try attending a cooking class at Ashoka Cook School. Pick a date that has a class of interest, and learn to create delectable cuisine. The school offers an interesting variety of classes, meaning something intriguing is bound to be available to coincide with a visit to Paisley. Ashoka also has a menu from which visitors can sample the types of food that culinary students may learn to make themselves.