Biggar Museum is a museum specialising in the history of rural Scottish life in the upper Clydesdale area. Explore 14,000 years of human history through the lens of an average resident of Clydesdale. Get context on the rich history of Biggar as well with a state-of-the-art recreation of a Victorian version of a street in Biggar.
Where can I learn about the history of small towns?
- visit exhibitions ranging from a recreation of a skull from a man who was alive 4’000 years ago to items owned by Polish soldiers from World War Two
- visit realistic Victorian house recreations filled with toys and other items from that era
- Head on down to the gift shop to buy items related to the exhibitions in the museum including postcards, pens and mugs
- tickets are £5 for adults, £4 for concessions, £2 for children and £12 for families