Please note, our Visitor Centre is closed, but New Lanark is a fantastic destination for a socially distant day out. Our walkways, Clearburn Picnic Area & Playpark, Café and Hotel are all open, with revised procedures in place to ensure staff and visitor safety.

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  • New Lanark is the perfect destination for a family day out
    • 1-2 hrs

      Enjoy a walk around the village to see historic buildings and the Falls of Clyde. Take a peek in the Village Store for toys, retro sweeties & New Lanark Ice Cream!

    • 2-4 hrs

      Explore the Visitor Attraction & take a Guided Tour of the Village. Enjoy lunch in the Mill Café and then little ones can play in the Interactive Gallery or at Clearburn. 

    • 4+ hrs

      A full day at New Lanark with the Visitor Attraction & Guided Tour, plus lunch in the Café, a woodland walk to the see the Falls of Clyde, and if you have any energy left, a play in the Interactive Gallery!

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  • Explore our award-winning visitor centre attractions
    • 1-2 hrs

      Hone your New Lanark knowledge with a Guided Tour of the village, then visit the Mill Shop to pick up some history books for late night reading!

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    • 2-4 hrs

      Dive deeper into our history through the Visitor Attraction. Don’t miss Robert Owen’s House, Millworkers Housing, Robert Owen’s School and the site of Mantilla Row. 

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    • 4+ hrs

      Take your time exploring the Visitor Attraction, enjoy a Guided Tour and soak up the history of the natural landscape in the Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve.

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  • See our 18th century spinning mule in action
    • 1-2 hrs

      Visit the Textile Machinery floor to see our Spinning Mule in action, then visit the New Lanark Mill Shop to shop our beautiful range of yarns & textile products.

    • 2-4 hrs

      Explore the rest of the Visitor Attraction and check to see if there are any current textile exhibitions at New Lanark! Don’t miss the Mill Shop’s textile department.

    • 4+ hrs

      All of the above! Grab a pic of Dundaff Linn then treat yourself to dinner in the New Lanark Mill Hotel before heading home to do some knitting with your new yarn!

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    • 1-2 hrs

       Enjoy a woodland walk to see Dundaff Linn & the stunning Corra Linn in the Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve. Stop off for Mill Café refreshments on the way back!

    • 2-4 hrs

      Take a Guided Tour of the village then enjoy a woodland walk to see the Falls of Clyde. Don’t forget to pop into the Scottish Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre!

    • 4+ hrs

      Start your walk in Lanark or Kirkfieldbank and end up at New Lanark after seeing the three beautiful waterfalls. Enjoy a well-earned meal in the Hotel! 

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    • 1-2 hrs

      Have lunch in the New Lanark Mill Hotel then treat yourself in the Mill Shop. Don’t stop there; take home some New Lanark Ice Cream from the Mill Café for later!

    • 2-4 hrs

      Pamper time! Enjoy a Pamper Day at the New Lanark Health & Fitness Leisure Suite and then visit the Mill Shop to shop our range of textiles, gifts, homeware & clothing.

    • 4+ hrs

      For the ultimate escape enjoy an overnight at the New Lanark Mill Hotel with Leisure Suite access, dinner in the Mill One Restaurant and time to visit the Mill Shop. 

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Evening Takeaway from the Mill Café

Enjoy our sourdough pizzas from home with our new evening takeaway

Friday, Saturday and Sunday 5pm - 8pm

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Makers Market

New Lanark Makers Market showcases the best of hand-made products from across Scotland.  Every weekend in 2020.

Free Entry

Robert Owen's School is Open!

Experience history like never before at New Lanark this weekend in two brand new exhibitions at Robert Owen’s School for Children. Travel through time at one address at New Lanark and learn how people lived through their words, liv...

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    • Tenement Through Time

      This new, innovative and interactive exhibition explores tenement life in New Lanark between 1881-1971. Opening...

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    • It Takes a Village: Restoring and Conserving New Lanark's Homes

      A celebration of over fifty years of regeneration and restoration, the traditional skills that brought us here, and the...

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    • Makers Market

      New Lanark Makers Market Returns. New Lanark Makers Market showcases the best of hand-made products from across...

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    • Evening Takeaway from the Mill Café

      Enjoy our delicious sourdough pizzas from home, with our new evening takeaway. Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 5pm -...

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  • Home News - In Switcher
    • Well that's a Yarn of a Different Colour

      It’s time to meet our beautiful new woollen yarn shades for 2020. Rich, vibrant, bold and warm to bring some joy into...

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    • A Perfect Day at New Lanark

      There’s so much to do and see at New Lanark and that’s before you’ve even entered the Visitor Attraction.

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    • What it is Like to be an Intern at a World Heritage Site: New Lanark

      Hi all! I am finishing up a 20 day internship at the New Lanark World Heritage site and am taking this opportunity to...

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    • An Overdue Catch-Up

      It’s been a while since we’ve blogged (sorry about that)

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  • Home Attractions - In Switcher
    • Roof Garden

      Created on the 9,000 square feet of roof on one of our mill buildings, our Roof Garden is the largest of its kind in...

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    • Village Store

      The New Lanark Village Store was established by Robert Owen in 1813, selling quality goods at cheap prices and giving...

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    • Historic Classroom

      Robert Owen made clear that the prime vehicle for social reform was education. Whilst at New Lanark, he created the...

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    • Tenement Through Time

      This new, innovative and interactive exhibition explores tenement life in New Lanark between 1881-1971. The exhibition...

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Introducing New Lanark

New Lanark World Heritage Site is a unique 18th century Mill Village sitting alongside the picturesque River Clyde, less than one hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh. Founded in 1785 with a focus on philanthropy, education and the welfare of the mill workers, New Lanark became a model for industrial communities that was to spread across the world in the 19th and 20th centuries.

New Lanark was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001. The ongoing conservation and promotion of this unique village and the award-winning visitor attraction is managed by New Lanark Trust, in partnership withSouth Lanarkshire Council & Historic Environment Scotland.

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Engage, Inspire, Educate

We have fantastic learning opportunities at New Lanark, whether you are a school, university or special interest group. Speak to our Team today to organise your visit

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Innovating & Investing

Hydro electricity, yarn and ice cream are all produced on-site, creating local jobs and generating profits that are re-invested in the conservation of New Lanark

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