New Lanark World Heritage Village
Things to do in Lanarkshire Scottish Borders
Visitor-Attractions in Scotland
Description: This is New Lanark World Heritage Site, with its range of buildings from the 1820's, now acting as the best in living industrial archaeology.
See Robert Owen, the industrial reformer's, house and those of his millworkers.
Walk in the beautiful countryside of the Clyde Walkway to see the Falls of Clyde.
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How to get there:
By car: One mile south of Lanark. Signposted 'New Lanark' from A72 and A70.
By public transport: Hourly bus service from Lanark Railway Station.
Seasonal opening details:
All year (not 25th Dec and 1st Jan)
October to March 11am to 5pm
April to September 10.00am to 5pm
Coffee and Gift shops
New Lanark Mill Hotel
Visitor Centre Ticket Prices
A Visitor Centre Passport Ticket gives you access to a whole range of exhibitions and buildings
· 'Annie McLeod Experience' ride
· Roof Garden & Viewing Platform
· Robert Owen's School for Children
· Millworkers' House
· Robert Owen's House
· Village Store
· Working Textile Machinery / People & Cotton
Concessions (Senior Citizens, Children 4+, Students) £5.95
Family of 4 (2 Adults & 2 Children) £21.95
Family of 6(2 Adults & 4 Children) £27.95
We also offer a Mill Ticket which provides access to the Roof Garden & Viewing Platform, the 'Annie McLeod Experience' ride, and the Textile Machinery exhibition. Adult Mill Ticket £5.95,
Concession Mill Ticket £4.95 (Senior Citizens, Children, Students).
Proceeds from the Visitor Centre help the New Lanark Trust to care for the historic village.
Tel: 01555 661345
3 star SYHA Youth Hostel on site
New Lanark Visitor Centre
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