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Biggar Museum Trust, Biggar, Lanarkshire

Biggar Museum Trust
Moat Park Heritage Centre
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Biggar
Lanarkshire

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Visit a unique group of museums in and around the picturesque market town of Biggar. Stroll along recreated Victorian streets and visit bygone shops, businesses, and a schoolroom at Gladstone Court Museum. Meet colourful characters at Moat Park Heritage Centre, which depicts Clydesdale from earliest geological times to the 19th century. Return to the troubles of the 17th century at Greenhill Covenanter's House, or take a look at the only preserved Gasworks remaining in Scotland.The writer, John Buchan and poet Hugh McDiarmid are celebrated in the John Buchan Centre at Broughton and Brownsbank Cottage at Candymill.

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Nearest Train Station: Lanark
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Months Open: April - mid October
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: £2
Gift Shop: Yes

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