Welcome to Fairfield Heritage, a community museum dedicated to telling the story of Govan’s outstanding role in world shipbuilding.
To overcome the presence of three steps at the main entrance, level access can be gained via a lift at the Reception to the rear of the building which is accessed through the gate at corner of Govan Road and Elder Street
The reception, heritage rooms, boardroom, gift shop and toilets are all on the same level.
More information on disabled/easy access can be found in the Arrival/Getting around inside tabs above.
Access with steps
Getting hereFor further information on accessible travel in Scotland, go to Transport Scotland.
Travel by public transport
Fairfield is 0.3 mile from Govan underground station and Govan Cross. On exiting the underground, turn left towards the statue of Mary Barbour and keep following Govan Road until you see Fairfield on the right just before Elder Park.
Travel by taxi
For disabled access to Fairfield drive through the gate on Govan Road at Elder Street.
Path to main entrance
Wheelchair available on request
Getting around inside
Lift to reception and heritage rooms
The heritage rooms are accessible via lift at rear of building (Corner of Govan Road and Elder Street)
The heritage rooms are all on same level and are accessed via reception.
Unisex accessible toilet
Unisex accessible toilet for public use.
Grab rail at sink and toilet.
Easy operation of taps.
Alarm pull cord.
The shop is in the foyer on same level as reception and heritage rooms.
The boardroom is accessible via lift at rear of building (Corner of Govan Road and Elder Street)
The boardroom is on same level as reception, heritage rooms and gift shop
Getting around outside
Customer care support
Emergency evacuation procedures
Chairs are available throughout heritage centre for people to rest