Motherwell Heritage Centre (Motherwell) Reviews
Description:Address: Motherwell Heritage Centre, High Road, Motherwell, ML1 3HU / Type: Heritage centre
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~Motherwell Heritage Centre~ Motherwell is a town in Lanarkshire, Scotland which has a strong, industrial history. The Heritage Centre was designed by Merrylees, Grierson and Robertson of Edinburgh and was opened to the public in 1996. It has a 4star rating from the Scottish Tourist Board. The centre was built on the former ground of the Motherwell Swimming Baths. ~Getting There, Admission and Opening Times~ The Heritage Centre is a 5minute walk from Motherwell town centre. There is a free carpark to the side of the centre and the train station is in view. If arriving from the M74 motorway, exit at junction 6 and follow the signs to ... Read the complete review
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