A pleasant town built of stone, Biggar is a rewarding place to spend an hour or two, out of all proportion to its size, thanks to an excellent collection of small, specialized museums. At Biggar you are near the headwaters of the Clyde, on the moors in the center of southern Scotland. The Clyde flows west toward Glasgow and the Atlantic Ocean, and the Tweed, only a few miles away, flows east toward the North Sea. There are fine views around Biggar to Culter Fell and to the Border Hills in the south.
POINTS OF INTEREST
Biggar Puppet Theatre
Purves Puppets, famous for its "black box" puppetry, regularly performs at the Biggar Puppet Theatre. Before and after performances (£8),…Learn More >
Built in 1839, the gasworks is a fascinating reminder of the efforts once needed to produce gas for light and…Learn More >
Biggar and Upper Clydesdale Museum
Opened in 2015 after a major reorganization and rebuilding, the new Biggar and Upper Clydesdale Museum presents a fascinating view…Learn More >