Low Parks Museum is a 4-star Visitor Attraction in South Lanarkshire which boasts dynamic displays, exhibitions, activities and events which bring South Lanarkshire's history to life. From pre-history to peerage, mining to militaria, our local collections have something to engage everyone, our work has also seen two separate collections in our care receive National Recognition (Collections of The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) collection under auspices of Scottish Regimental Museum Collection and the Sir Harry Lauder Collection.) Once you have immersed yourself in our story, why not relax and treat yourself in our popular Mezzanine Café? With regular children’s activities, one off events, clubs, changing exhibitions, musical concerts and with free parking and museum entry, Low Parks Museum has plenty for everyone to see and do.
That said, it should be noted that Low Parks occupies a space on the edge of Hamilton which has great pedestrian access to both the town and the popular walking routes around Strathclyde Park. It also boasts a popular walking/cycling route to Chatelherault which runs between two of South Lanarkshire’s most prestigious historic buildings. The free, associated app provides an opportunity for everyone to enjoy and engage with their local heritage and landscape, while benefitting their health and wellbeing (search Chatelherault to Low Parks Heritage Trail via app provider)