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As the starting point of the Clyde Valley National Tourist Route, Hamilton is home to spectacular lush green scenery and historical site and monuments. The crowning jewel in Hamilton’s natural and historic landscape is 5-star visitor attraction, Chatelherault Country Park. Originally a hunting and summer retreat for the Duke of Hamilton, the park is home to 500 acres of countryside and sits adjacent to the renowned Hamilton golf course.
With Scotland’s football hero Jock Stein and World Champion Boxer Walker McGowan hailing from the area, Hamilton has a long sporting history. This has resulted in several modern sporting facilities being developed in the area, providing a whole host of options for those who enjoy keeping fit. At 400-hectares, Strathclyde Country Park presents yet more greenspace, with a wealth of activities on offer, such as sailing and water-skiing in addition to running tracks and walking trails.
As well as all this parkland, bustling metropolitan areas aren’t hard to find in and around Hamilton. Among Hamilton’s historic charm there is an abundance of activities that make the area perfect for modern family life. Hamilton is home to 4 outstanding shopping areas that are packed with both independent and established shops, restaurants and nightlife.
Your family with never be short of weekend activities in Hamilton but nothing quite beats joining your neighbours at New Douglas Park to cheer on Hamilton Academical Football Club, more fondly known as the Hamilton Accies. The Accies currently play within the Scottish Premiership and welcome the country’s greatest teams to the north of the city every season for 38 games.
The renowned Hamilton Park Racecourse also sits in the north of the city with the idyllic grounds attracting 100,000 visitors each year looking to catch a glimpse of the excitement and glamour on offer.
Hamilton is home to excellent education establishments with a mix of nurseries, primary and secondary schools making the area perfect for family living. The University of the West of Scotland also has a campus in Hamilton offering a wide selection of higher education courses.
Commuting from Hamilton is made easy as the town has convenient transport links to West of Scotland and beyond with three train stations and several bus operators in the area. From the centre of Hamilton, both Glasgow and Glasgow Airport are a convenient 30-minute drive away.