Low Parks Museum
The beautiful and elegant Assembly Room within Low Parks Museum is the perfect setting for your civil, religious or humanist ceremony.
The museum buildings are historically significant and were once part of the Duke of Hamilton's estate. In the 18th century, the Assembly Room was a fashionable meeting place for Hamilton's high society and still retains its original plasterwork and musician's gallery.
The private courtyard gardens adjacent to the Assembly Room with its charming pagoda, provides an elegant backdrop for your wedding photographs. The courtyard makes a perfect setting for a champagne reception and for guests to relax al fresco.
The Assembly Room also boasts a baby grand piano available for use which, with the room's marvellous acoustics, can add a memorable musical element to your special day.
It is possible under the current Covid-19 restrictions for marriages and civil partnerships to take place indoors. A maximum of 20 people can attend with physical distancing in place; this includes the couple, witnesses, guests (including children) and any carers. This also includes any staff who are not Museum employees; such as a photographer, musician etc. It does not include the celebrant.
Face coverings must be worn and contact details for all guests must be provided to comply with Test and Protect as part of the current restrictions.
Weddings are available between mid January and mid November
The museum also has good on site parking.
This historical setting offers a stunning backdrop to capture memories of your special day and our experience and attention to detail will ensure your day is perfect in every way.