Low Parks Museum

Low Parks Museum offers a fascinating insight into the many towns and villages in this part of the Clyde Valley and has entertaining and informative displays about the history of South Lanarkshire.

The museum is based in some of Hamilton’s oldest historic buildings, which have undergone extensive refurbishment, and which were once part of the Duke of Hamilton's estate.

The fascinating story and regimental records and artefacts of the Cameronian (Scottish Rifles) Regiment, which disbanded in 1968, are included in the collection. 
There is an ever changing exhibitions programme and interactive sessions for children and adults alike to bring history to life.

The Assembly Room provides a lovely venue for weddings (excluding reception/ sit down meals), small concerts, recitals and seminars, with its musician's gallery which perfectly captures the mood of the 18th century.

Entrance to the museum is free. Tours of the nearby Mausoleum can be booked at the museum.

Museum Facilities

The mezzanine café provides home baking, snacks, teas and coffees in a relaxed and ambient environment.

The cafe opening hours are:

Monday - Friday: 10am - 3pm

Saturday: 10am - 3.30pm

Sunday: 12pm - 4pm

Conference and Meeting Facilities

Low Parks can provide buffet lunches for meetings or training events and a cream tea package for celebrations or special events.

Weddings at Low Parks Museum

Low Parks Museum can also provide a beautiful and romantic setting for your wedding ceremony, and your guests can enjoy a glass of sparkling wine while you have photographs taken in our pretty courtyard garden.

More information on booking Low Parks as a venue for meetings, conferences, weddings and conferences can be found by visiting the Venueslanarkshire website.

 

Tel: 01698 452382

Location: 129 Muir Street ML3 6BJ

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