An introduction to New Douglas Park
New Douglas Park is a small football stadium situated in the centre of Hamilton, north-west Lanarkshire. It serves as the home ground for the Scottish Premiership team Hamilton Academical. As of 2016, it's known as the Superseal Stadium for sponsorship purposes. Its record attendance is 6,007, set in 2015 when Hamilton played Celtic in a Scottish Premiership match.
Fall in love with Lanarkshire
With miles of stunning natural beauty and excellent transport links, Lanarkshire is a hugely popular travel destination within Scotland. Aside from its excellent opportunities for golf, fishing, and other outdoor pursuits, the towns scattered around Lanarkshire hold a firm sense of their heritage and culture. Historical attractions like the Summerlee Museum and the New Lanark World Heritage Site, points of scientific wonder like the Airdrie Observatory, and modern, quirky attractions such as Air Space, means there's countless things to see and experience in Lanarkshire.
Step back in time at Summerlee
The Summerlee Museum of Scottish Industrial Life is one of Lanarkshire's proudest attractions, situated on the former site of Scotland's most significant ironworks. This partially open-air museum stretches over 22 acres, and includes a number of great features the whole family can enjoy, including the only operational tramway and recreated mine in Scotland. Just 20 minutes outside of Hamilton, Summerlee offers a fascinating experience of Scotland's industrial past.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near New Douglas Park? Travelodge Glasgow Paisley Road Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, and Travelodge Glasgow Queen Street Hotel can be reached in just over half an hour.