Gladstone Court Victorian Street Museum

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Gladstone Court Museum began as a private venture in 1964, and opened its doors to the public in 1968. The ceremony was carried out by the poet Hugh McDiarmid.

Here you can visit 'real' Victorian streets and visit the various small shops and business premises.

Places to visit include a schoolroom, library, printer, the cobbler, the banker and many more in this amazingly reconstructed slice of Victorian life.

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Opening hours

Mon-Sat 1000-1700
Sun 1400-1700

Admission charges

Admission - Adult £2.50, Child £1.50, Concession £2.00, Family £5. Group rates available. Parties outwith these times by arrangement.

Collection details

Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, World Cultures, Medicine, Weapons and War, Personalities, Archives, Social History, Land Transport

Gladstone Court Victorian Street Museum
Moat Park
South Lanarkshire
ML12 6DT




01899 221050


01899 221050

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