Take a trip back in time with Lanarkshire’s top venues

Inspire your delegates with Lanarkshire’s rich history.

From medieval to modern, these venues will motivate your colleagues to uncover the fascinating history of some of Lanarkshire’s event spaces.

 

Low Parks Museum

The external and interior design of Low Parks Museum is as decadent and intricate as the history it unveils inside.

The Assembly Room dates back to 1784 and is the perfect setting for anyone who wants to add a dash of history to their event.

Be it a conference or a training session, the grandeur of this venue evokes a sense of regality – perhaps because the former residents, the Hamilton family, were next in line for the throne before their ally Mary Queen of Scots lost the Battle of Langside in 1568.

 

 

Chatelherault Country Park

A former summer retreat of the Dukes of Hamilton, the Chatelherault Country Park now serves as one of Scotland’s most popular conference and function venues, often being described as the jewel in Lanarkshire’s landscape.

Just a short distance from the M74, Chatelherault is ideally located 20 minutes away from Glasgow, but tucked away in the peaceful countryside. If your delegates need a break from brainstorming, they can  take a walk along the nearby  River of Avon.

 

 

Airdrie Town Hall

Located within the heart of the town of Airdrie, this rejuvenated Edwardian building offers dedicated event staff, a licensed bar and state of the art technological facilities.

This stalwart of the community has played a major part in writing the town’s history by welcoming some impressive visitors celebrating Scottish Gaelic literature, song, arts, history and culture.

With an experienced events and technical team, you can ensure that you’ll pull off an event to remember.