Love Lanarkshire Leisure

As the nights draw in and the party season draws closer, here are some suggestions for to keep you busy whatever the weather. 

biggar and upper clydesdale Museum

If you want to let the kids play out in the street and the weather isn't playing...the museum features an indoor period streetscape. You can dress up, do a bit of shopping and try out working a shift at the telephone exchange.

flip out

Boing Boing Boing, bounce your cares away in the huge trampoline arena, or hone your parkour skills before taking to the streets.

the time capsule

Brave the waves and race on the flumes, you wont run out of things to try, and swimming always works up an appetite.

then what?

Once you have done all that, use our search tool (above) to find more things to see and do in Lanarkshire. Less Travel Time, more time for you.

Coatbridge Golf Club

Coatbridge Golf Club

Municipal Golf 18 hole course and driving range adjacent to Drumpellier Country Park.
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Colin Scougall: Christmas Cabaret and Dance

Airdrie Town Hall
Kick off your Christmas celebrations with a festive cabaret show starring Coatbridge’s own singing legend, Colin Scougall and his special guests. Then dust off your dancing shoes in Act II as Colin takes to the stage with his amazing dance band, Col...
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Colin Scougall: The Great Crooners

Rutherglen Town Hall
Scotland’s King Of Easy Listening, Colin Scougall, is touring Scotland with a brand new show full of classic songs made famous by the great crooners of the 20th century. The Glasgow born singer, who takes his craft seriously but not himself, will...
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Colzium Lennox Estate

Colzium Lennox Estate

The idyllic Colzium Lennox Estate surrounds the historic Colzium House in Kilsyth.
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Comedy Night

East Kilbride Sports Club
Monthly comedy evening featuring a mixed line-up of comedians.
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Cornhill Castle Hotel

Cornhill Castle Hotel

Cornhill Castle Hotel is one of Scotland's more unusual mansion houses with 2 restaurants the Bistro and the Jade.
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Craig Hill - Bottoms Up!

Cumbernauld Theatre
MZA & CHiLL Productions present If you’re a gin, he’s a tonic! Join Craig as he pops his cork to toast his 20th solo show - this is one fun mixer that will keep you fizzy all the way to the bottom!...
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Craig Hill: Bottoms Up!

Craig Hill: Bottoms Up!

Cumbernauld Theatre
If you’re a gin, he’s a tonic! ‘Hilarious… delightfully fizzy tone and sharp observational jokes… definite highlight of this year’s festival… Brilliant!’ (Daily Record) Join Craig as he pops his cork to toast his 21st show at the fringe - this is...
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Craig Hill: C'mon The Lads!

Rutherglen Town Hall
The no-holds-barred comedian returns with a show not about football.
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Craignethan Castle

Craignethan Castle

Hidden away in the rolling hills of Clydesdale in Lanark, Craignethan Castle is the last great private stronghold constructed in Scotland.
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Creative Writing Class Work Exhibition: Leaving

Creative Writing Class Work Exhibition: Leaving

Motherwell Concert Hall and Theatre
Exhibition of works by CultureNL's Creative Writing programme, based around the theme of 'leaving'.
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Crossbasket Castle

The five year renovation of this 14th century building into a luxury nine bedroom hotel and wedding venue also unveils a restaurant under the auspices of three generations of the Roux family: Albert, Michael Jnr and his daughter Emily.
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