Museum Gift Shop
Product of the Month
Ditsy Teacups Upcycled Jewellery
Looking for a unique gift? These wonderful jewellery pieces are hand-cut from vintage china by a local artist! Each piece is one of a kind and there are a variety of designs available to suit all tastes and budgets. Prices range from £5.00 - £35.00
Pop into the store to get a closer look!
Christmas Craft Fair landscape
Christmas Craft Fair
November 25th, 10 am - 4 pm

Come along to our Arts & Crafts Fair, where you will get the chance to check out the works of some talented local artists, all offering affordable and high quality items.

You might find that gift you've been looking for to give to that special someone or maybe you'd like to just treat yourself!

There will also be some yummy baked goods available to purchase with all profits going to the museum.
Object in Focus
Red & Blue Chair
This chair belonged to Scottish poet, Ian Hamilton Finlay. It was designed in 1917 by Dutch architect and designer, Gerrit Rietveld. The chair’s primary colour scheme was not added until 1923 when Rietveld was influenced by the Dutch artistic movement De Stijl, a style that favoured geometric forms and primary colours. His design was exhibited in the Bauhaus that same year. Visit the museum for a closer inspection...
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Queen's Voluntary Service Award
We are delighted to announce that Biggar Museum and all its volunteers have been given the prestigious accolade of 'Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service'!
The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities. It is the MBE for volunteer groups, and the Biggar Museum volunteers are defnitely one of a kind!

Why don't you pay them a visit in the museum and ask them about their involvement? Many of them have been contributing their time and efforts to the museum for years! And if you are interested in joining the group, email to inquire further.
Biggar Stories
Biggar and the House of Fleming
The dramatic story the House of Fleming in Biggar begins in the 14th century. It features murder and execution, loyalty and tragedy. The new narrative of the House of Fleming introduces many less well-known but highly significant figures.

Visit the museum to hear about their trials and escapades as they become inextricably caught up in the saga of Mary, Queen of Scots.

Look out for the reconstructed model of the Fleming family home in Biggar, Boghall Castle.

About the Museum

Biggar Museum Trust aims to collect, store, preserve and record Biggar and Upper Clydesdale’s rich archaeological, social and historic heritage. The museum explores 14,000 years of rural and small town life in Upper Clydesdale. It focuses on the people who have lived and worked here from prehistoric times up to the mid-20th century.


Our Mission Statement

i) to collect, store, preserve and record the historic heritage of the area. ii) to provide an educational and enjoyable experience for all ages. iii) to make the collection and archives as accessible to as many people as possible. iv) to act as one of the focal points for local community endeavour. v) to maintain the financial viability of the museum.

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