Hamilton Mausoleum is the town’s most striking historic landmark. This fascinating monument was built by Alexander, 10th Duke of Hamilton, as his final resting place. The building is impressive on the outside, but, book one of the tours offered by Museum staff, and you will see just how breathtaking it is, with its massive dome, magnificent bronze doors, marble floors, and eerily atmospheric crypt – to say nothing of the record-breaking echo!
Please note that Hamilton Mausoleum is not wheelchair accessible and is unsuitable for people with walking difficulties. We advise visitors to wear warm clothing and sturdy footwear when visiting.
Outwith Doors Open Days, tours are available on the first Sunday of each month at 12.00 noon and 2.00 pm. Tours must be booked at least 2 days in advance. Tickets cost £3.50 and £2.00 for concessions available from Low Parks Museum reception.
Visits to Hamilton Mausoleum can be arranged outwith the programmed tours for groups with a minimum of 10 people.
Please contact Low Parks Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01698 452382 to arrange a tour.
Architect: David Hamilton, David Bryce, A H Richie
Building Date: 1840-58