Paisley is one of Scotland’s biggest towns which a rich history, especially in textiles. Paisley has many shops, bars and restaurants.
The town of Paisley has a rich history, from its abbey to its famous Paisley pattern shawls. Paisley’s growth in the early 19th century was primarily through textiles and the Paisley Thread Mill Museum details the town’s historic textile industry. The Dooslan Stane is another landmark connect with Paisley’s textile past as it was used as a soapbox by the Weavers Union in the South of Paisley. The stone now sits in Brodie Park where it is used as the congregating point for the annual Sma’ Shot parade, which commemorates a 19th century dispute between weavers and employers over payment for a ‘sma’ shot’, a small cotton thread. Notable buildings include the 12th century Paisley