Low Parks Museum

Free to all

Low Parks Museum is housed in beautiful and historically significant buildings which 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 museum shows the history and development of South Lanarkshire and how its communities were shaped by farming, weaving and coalmining. There are also two large temporary exhibition galleries.

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Low Parks Museum

129 Muir Street, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, ML3 6BJ
01698 452382

Free to all

Opening times

Monday to Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm (last admissions 4:45pm)
Sunday: 12:00noon - 5.00pm (last admissions 4:45pm)


Re developing our existing textile gallery into a bright and interactive gallery of technology.

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