National Museum of Rural Life

South Lanarkshire | East Kilbride | Museum | ★★★

[Allotment at the National Museum of Rural Life]

Perhaps it's in an unlikely location, but the National Museum of Rural Life provides much-needed contrast to East Kilbride's concrete jungle. The attraction comprises a excellent, modern exhibition hall and a 1950s style working farm, with rural paths (or tractor rides if you prefer) linking the two. There are usually plenty of farm animals to see around the restored farmhouse, including newborn lambs and calves at the right time of year.

[National Museum of Rural Life]

Location & info

📌 National Museum of Rural Life ★★★
Philipshill Road, 2 mi northwest of East Kilbride town centre, G.R.: NS 608558 ///salad.pest.riches
Open daily | £8 adult / £5.50 child / free for National Trust for Scotland members


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