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Lego Fair

Saturday 6th April, 10am to 4pm Sunday 7th April, 1pm to 4pm

A fun day out for all the family! Come along to see a large display of awesome Lego sets like a Disney castle, Simpsons house, Ghost-busters house and Star Wars Slave 1. Keep an eye out for the unusual sets like ‘Ship in a bottle’.

There will be space for kids, big and small, to build their own creations. There will be a selection of new and used Lego for sale, with at least 150 sets and 400 figures.

Standard museum entry charges apply (free to ML12 visitors)

For more info, please email info@biggarmuseumtrust.co.uk or call 01899 221050.
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The Art of Christian Small

Friday 19th April – Sunday 26th May

This exhibition brings several works into the public domain for the first time. It showcases a variety of art-work from private collections and includes landscapes, portraits and still life. You will discover a mixture of techniques and medi-ums, such as watercolour, graphite and collage.

Several of the pieces are supported by poems by Gerda Stevenson and text by Jenny Alldridge. “Truly wonderful watercolours, So much to glory in”. Liz Lochhead. “A gifted artist”. iSCOT

A fun day out for all the family!

Standard museum entry charges apply (free to ML12 visitors).

For more info, please email in-fo@biggarmuseumtrust.co.uk or call 01899 221050.
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Exhibition Space for Hire
An ideal workspace for community activities and local exhibitions.

During the winter months Biggar Museum is hiring out the special exhibition space to local communities and organisations. We offer a workspace ideal for lectures, workshops and events. The space includes access to kitchen, W/C's and independent access to the museum when used outside museum opening hours.


Please call to discuss using the space for your event.


Tel. 01899 221050