West Kilbride Museum depicts life in the Parish over the past 400 years, portraying the history, development and traditions of West Kilbride.
West Kilbride Museum is a small museum which has an enviable collection of relics from all sections of the town and surrounding area. Those relating to farming and weaving are on permanent display as is a selection of old toys and dolls. Examples of beautiful embroidery, for which Ayrshire was justly famous, are also display.
There are Victorian sitting room and kitchen settings in addition to frequent changes of tableaux on topical themes.
Other specialities are a huge range of photographs some of which have been collated into a DVD of Old West Kilbride.
The local Book of Rememberance is always available and is backed by medals and memorabelia of the two World Wars.
A nature section and a commonwealth section add to a wide ranging and interesting local museum which is an accredited member of the Museums, Galleries, Scotland.
West Kilbride Museum is a Scottish charity, number SCO22637, and is managed and staffed by volunteers from West Kilbride.