Guest experts and historical commentators share their detailed knowledge.
Biggar Archaeology group has been running since 1981. Since then members have developed skills and knowledge, particularly in the landscapes of the Upper Clyde and Tweed rivers.Author: Lex Yuill
On March 10 of last year we were all excited when a 1900 Albion motor car was delivered to us. As one of the oldest Scottish made cars still in existence it is of national significance, but it also is of considerable local significance.Author: Charles Rigg
Due to the vision, single-mindedness and energy of one man, a museum of historic Biggar shops was opened to the public for the first time in 1968. That man was…Author: Elaine Edwards
In March 2020 the Friends of Biggar Museum, in association with Atkinson-Pryce Bookshop held their first 'Big Lit Weekend'.Author: Gen Harrison
The Review of Fossil Collections in Scotland provides further information about Biggar Museum’s fossil collection and other collections throughout Scotland. To find out more, visit the project webpage. Dr. David…Author: National Museums Scotland
The Boghall Gun on display, has been called Scotland’s oldest gun and due to that status was at one time on loan to the Museum of Antiquities in Edinburgh (later the National Museum of Scotland) for many years.Author: Dr. David Caldwell