Low Parks Museum
Low Parks Museum is housed in a complex of historic buildings of national importance. The Museum first opened in 1967, but, following extensive refurbishment, is now a major cultural attraction and venue in South Lanarkshire. We are delighted to have been awarded 5 stars - the highest visitor attraction accolade available under the Visit Scotland Grading Scheme.
Both the historic buildings which house the museum were once part of the Duke of Hamilton's estate.
The 18th century Assembly Room, with its original plasterwork and musicians' gallery, forms a striking centrepiece to the buildings.
The Assembly Room is available to hire for meetings, concerts, private dinners and weddings.