Gladstone Court Museum
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
Gladstone Court was originally a private enterprise but was officially opened in 1968 by poet Hugh MacDiarmid, a resident of Biggar. Some of MacDiarmid's books are on the shelves in the library over the telephone exchange.
Gladstone Court has moved to a new site on Biggar High Street, to become part of a much larger Museum of Biggar and Upper Clydesdale, which opened in summer 2015. The new museum includes reconstructed shops and businesses from Biggar and the surrounding area, as well as an archive of historical documents.
About Gladstone Court Museum
Address: 156 High Street, Biggar, Lanarkshire, Scotland, ML12 6DH
Attraction Type: Museum
Location: on B7016
Website: Gladstone Court Museum
Photo Credit: Elliott Simpson, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence
NEARBY HISTORIC ATTRACTIONS
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Greenhill Covenanters' House - 0.2 miles (Museum)
Biggar Gasworks Museum - 0.3 miles (Museum)
Coulter Motte - 1.8 miles (Castle)
Dawyck Botanic Garden - 7.6 miles (Garden)
Stobo Parish Church - 8.7 miles (Historic Church)
New Lanark World Heritage Site - 10.5 miles (Museum)
Corehouse - 10.6 miles (Historic House)
Neidpath Castle - 12.1 miles (Castle)
Nearest Accommodation to Gladstone Court Museum:
Nearby accommodation is calculated 'as the crow flies' from Gladstone Court Museum. 'Nearest' may involve a long drive up and down glens or, if you are near the coast, may include a ferry ride! Please check the property map to make sure the location is right for you.