Things to see and do - Hamilton
Unmissable tourist sites
Hamilton Travel guide
Hamilton : Michelin's recommendations
Home to the powerful Hamilton family, premier dukes of Scotland, this town changed its name from Cadzow to Hamilton in the 15C and became a royal burgh a century later (in 1548). In the late 18C and early 19C, the town grew quickly as a mining centre, after Lanarkshire’s coal seams were found and started to be worked. Today, Hamilton is a busy commercial and administrative centre.
Tourist attractions Hamilton : Things to see and do
Muir Street GB - Hamilton ML3 6BJ
The museum of the Cameron Regiment (named after the covenant rebel), or the Scottish fusiliers, occupies the old horse school of the Dukes of Hamilton. The regiment's 279 years of history are illustrated by uniforms, medals, flags and commemorative p..
129 Muir Street GB - Hamilton ML3 6BJ
This old post house has an 18C village hall and a local history collection. There is a section devoted to transport and boards describing local industry, including lacemaking . Here you will find examples of the two stages of this industry: bobbin l..
Low Parks GB - Hamilton ML36
Alexander, 10th duke of Hamilton (1767-1852), known as El Magnifico, ordered this large building that was completed over a 15 year period. The duke was buried here in 1852 in an Egyptian sarcophagus. The mausoleum is known for its echoes.
12 Clydesdale Street GB - Hamilton ML3 0DP
Conveniently located 20 minutes’ drive from Glasgow, Clydesdale Hotel & Restaurant is in the tranquil town of Hamilton, in the Scottish Lowlands of South Lanarkshire. Hamilton Park Racecourse is half a mile from the hotel. Each room at Clydesdale fe..
Carlisle Road GB - Hamilton ML3 7DB
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With a spacious conservatory restaurant and a cocktail bar, Avonbridge Hotel is situated in the historic town of Hamilton on the outskirts of Glasgow. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the building, and free private parking on site. Rooms are elegantly..
5 Lee's Burn Court Nerston GB - East Kilbride G74 3XB
The Premier Inn Glasgow East Kilbride (Nerston Toll) is just a mile from the town centre and convenient for East Kilbride Train Station and the M74. Glasgow Airport is 12 miles away. Local attractions include Tatton Park and Mere Golf and Country Cl..