A historic tradition in Paisley will be returning this week with visitors set to be braced for an "amazing experience". 

The Sma Shot cottages in Paisley are reopening their doors to allow visitors the ultimate experience of seeing what life was like in Paisley in both the 18th and 19th centuries. 

Visitors will be able to step back in time starting this week with the traditional homes to open every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday until the end of September.

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Entry for the event is free and people are welcome to donate should they wish.

Cath Mitchell, president of the Old Paisley Society, said: "We are delighted to be opening up for yet another year, to let people see what it was like to be a weaver in the 1750s. 

"Our Weavers cottage gives a total experience of the weaver and his whole family, how they lived and how they worked.

"Guided tours are provided by experienced guides to give details of life in the 1750s.

"We also have another cottage which moves us onto the 1850s, and how life has changed in that time."

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Cath went on to say: "The cottages have a wonderful tearoom which provides light lunches and baking on a Wednesday and Saturday, 12 noon till 4pm. 

"On a Friday we provide afternoon teas from 1-5pm. 

"We also have a gift shop where you can buy gifts as a reminder of your visit.

"Come and visit us, from now till the end of September, and enjoy a truly wonderful reflection of Paisley's weaving history."

More information can be found HERE