Scotland's Festival of History
17th and 18th AUGUST 2013
Scotland’s Festival of History, one of the UK’s leading multi-period festivals, has a new home at Chatelherault, near Hamilton. The 2013 festival will be held in the Grand Avenue of Chatelherault, the magnificent 18th century hunting lodge of the Duke of Hamilton, who is also Duc de Chatelherault in France.
This means a historic and very scenic home with visitors also having all the facilities that this 5* VisitScotland attraction offers - from the house and its various facilities to the magnificent park.
There is a railway station, and bus stop, right at the park entry. Chatelherault is just two miles off the M74 at Hamilton in South Lanarkshire.
~ Fun for all ages exploring the ages ~
Roman • Viking • Medieval • 17thC • Jacobites • Napoleonic • American Civil War • WW1 and WW2, and more…
Experience History as it happened
Scotland's Festival of History is proud to support:
Be transported back in time to the days of Iron Age Caledonia and the Roman Legions, the marauding Vikings and the medieval battles of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce.
Meet the 15th century mercenaries and nobility, the Marquis of Montrose and his men, the participants in the Jacobite rebellions, the Napoleonic soldiers back from the wars, the Scots who fought in the American Civil War, and the soldiers of the Great War and World War 2.
• Specialist Food & craft stalls
• Circus skills workshops for kids
• Medieval musicians
• Jolly Jugglers
• Craft demonstrations
• Explore living history camps
• Real Ale Tent
Adults £8, OAPs £6; children £1; Family (up to 4 children) £17
For further information call 07963 128365
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