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The Holiday Inn Express Strathclyde Park M74 Jct.5 is next door to M & D's Scotland's Theme Park. With 5 terrifying white knuckle rides, over 20 kids' rides, 18 hole Miniature Golf, Glow in the Dark indoor bowling, a massive indoor complex including a gigantic soft play area, bars and restaurants and My Pawfect Bear factory. You can also discover AMAZONIA, Scotland's only indoor Tropical Rainforest packed with exotic animals, birds and creepy crawlies! Visit the M & D's website for more details on what's on at the park.

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Strathclyde Park

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If you prefer the scenery and fresh air of a nice walk step out into the serenity of Strathclyde Country Park, with its scenic woodland and lake, the hotel is in the grounds of the park, perfect for a stroll after a long day. Guests at the hotel can enjoy an early morning jog before their free hot breakfast!

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Scottish Rowing Centre


Resistance and CV fitness

Training within a modern friendly environment.

Personal training and Physio services are also available on request.

Hamilton Water Palace
The centre's swimming facilities range from a 25m competition pool to leisure waters containing a flume, lazy river, tyre slide and uniquely a shallow under 8's pool boasting an impressive pirate ship with interactive water features. A gym, fitness studio and health suite complete the facilities on offer in this four-star facility.

Low Parks Museum
This five-star visitor attraction uncovers the local history of South Lanarkshire, with displays relating to Hamilton Palace; early settlement; working life, including agriculture, weaving, and coalmining; and also the history of the local regiment, the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). With its Mezzanine cafe and activities for children throughout the galleries, there is something for everyone.

Chatelherault Country Park

This five-star visitor attraction offers 500 acres of countryside and woodland and over ten miles of routed pathways. It features an adventure play ground, picnic facilities and is home to a listed 18th century hunting lodge. The park offers breathtaking views and the visitor centre, cafe and gift shop are well worth a visit.

The Town House Hamilton
This category "A" listed building of Edwardian Baroque Style, hosts numerous shows and events throughout the year. To book a show, call our box office on 01698 452299 or visit

David Livingstone Centre
There are storeys of stories about David Livingstone, the famous Scottish explorer and missionary, in this birthplace museum of his life and work. Housed in Shuttle Row, a tenement which the Livingstones shared with 23 other families, this historic attraction is packed with items relating to his explorations in Africa.

For any queries regarding your visit to Strathclyde please do not hesitate to contact us on 01698 85 85 85.