Your culture attendant: things to do in Coatbridge


Price: Free
Time: 30-45 mins
The Hunterian Museum contains the collections of the University of Glasgow (it's situated in the university's Gilmorehill Campus) - and, among them, some of the most iconic icons of science and technology anywhere, including the model steam engine improved by James Watt, a major step leading to the Industrial Revolution. Find out more by taking a tour of the museum's scientific holdings today at 2pm.
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