Helensburgh Winter's Day View from Pier

Discover Helensburgh & Lomond,
the Gateway to Argyll

Remember to #ShopLocal – Helensburgh has lots of fabulous independent shops and eateries for you to enjoy this winter!

Only 45 minutes by train from Glasgow, and within easy reach of both the west coast and central belt of Scotland, Helensburgh is the ideal location for a winter day out. Browse in unique independent shops and galleries, dine in award-winning restaurants and cafés, then relax in a boutique hotel or B&B. Or get outdoors – you can enjoy a wander along our seafront promenade, or if you are feeling more adventurous, head out on the John Muir Way or Three Lochs Way!

There are lots of events on throughout the winter including concerts, lectures, film shows, and so much more – see our What’s On Calendar for all the latest events. You can also find out all about our town via the Discover Helensburgh App.

Upcoming Events (see more…)

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06febAll Day30junAnderson Trust ExhibitionHelensburgh

24feb10:0016:00Winter Market in the SquareColquhoun Square

25feb14:0017:00Open Gardens (Scotland’s Gardens Scheme)Rhu

25feb15:0017:00Jazz at La JupeHelensburgh

25feb19:00Sunday @ Seven ConcertsHelensburgh

26feb14:0016:00Mountains, Magma and MarblesHelensburgh

27feb19:30Theatre on Screen at The TowerHelensburgh

28feb19:00Talk at Helensburgh Sailing ClubHelensburgh

28feb19:30Peninsula Choir RehearsalsCove

28feb19:30Helensburgh Heritage Trust talksHelensburgh

29feb19:00Wine Tasting at La JupeHelensburgh

29feb19:30Royal Scottish Geographical Society LecturesHelensburgh

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Download the Discover Helensburgh App to find out all about our town and its fascinating history!

Featuring over 50 places of interest, 8 self-guided trails and family fun activities this is your active travel guide to Helensburgh and its surroundings.

Follow a trail to discover the history behind some key buildings, places and the people who helped to shape Helensburgh into the vibrant place it is today. View the rich selection of historical photographs and images to see how some familiar places once looked.

The type of trails featured range from relatively flat routes along the waterfront through to more challenging routes that cross moorland and high ground. The trails have not been graded, however each trail page includes information on the trail and its terrain to allow you to decide whether or not the trail is suitable for you.

Find out more at the App webpage at the Argyll and Bute Council website, or download the App from Google Play or the Apple App Store.

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About Destination Helensburgh

The home for all things Helensburgh and Lomond, from Visitor Information and an Events Calendar, to our Community pages, with details on neighbourhood organisations and a local business directory. Visit us at our Visitor Information Centre, Gallery and Gift Shop at 28 Sinclair Street, Helensburgh (opposite Tesco).  You can also find out all about our town via the Discover Helensburgh App.

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