Paisley formerly Paislay is a town within the council and lieutenancy area of Renfrewshire, Scotland, United Kingdom. It lies along the banks of River Cart north of the Gleniffer Braes. Its earliest known human history dates back the 6th century when Saint Mirin an Irish monk founded a chapel in proximity with the Hammil's of which is a waterfall that forms part the White Cart Water.
Crookston Castle has history that goes back the 15th century. Its defensive ring-ditch however dates back the 12th century and the remains of the chapel founded by Sir Rober de Croc dates back the year 1180. The estate is located on a hill within Crookston, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, United Kingdom. A number of interesting historical remains and picturesque views can be rediscovered within the site making it a must see especially when already within the area.
Ferguslie Park is located within the town of Paisley of Scotland, United Kingdom. It is a nice housing area near the Glasgow International Airport and the Linwood Town. A number of shopping areas and restaurants that serve great tasting food can be found with the park. Hence, rest assured that everyone would have a great time!
Foxbar is a part of Paisley and is primarily a residential area. The area used to be underdeveloped but it grew beautifully over time. Foxbar is known for homing sought after attractions namely Foxbar, Durrockstock and Glennifer Braes.
Gallowhill sits on the northeastern part of the town of Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, United Kingdom. It is a housing estate where visitors will be able to see a number of cottage flats and two story tenements common during the early 19th century. The area is renowned for being home to popular people such as Gerard Butler, James Dewar, James Grady and John Reid aside from the architectures that can be seen within it.
Paisley Abbey dates back the year 1163 and can be found at the Abbey Close in the town of Paisley, Scotland, United Kingdom. It is a former monastery that now serves as a Church of Scotland parish kirk. It is popularly believed that Irish monk and missionary Saint Mirin founded a community on the site where the abbey currently stands. Paisley Abbey is popular for its architectural style, friendly and welcoming atmosphere, for being the burial place of Scotland's six High Stewards and for homing the Celtic Barochan Cross.
Thomas Coats is a memorial church built with an impressive Gothic Revival architectural style. It is also the largest Baptist church in Europe. Visiting the spectacular building is a must.
Thornly Park is a perfect spot for relaxing and enjoying nature. The park is an important protected area with several houses designed in Art Deco and Tudor style. The site offers everyone the opportunity to learn more about arts and get more information about the place itself.