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. Visitors can see recreated millworkers’ houses, historic working machinery and the nearby ‘Falls of Clyde’ waterfalls. There’s a Mill Shop selling locally made textiles, welcoming Mill Café and the 4-star New Lanark Mill Hotel. Please click here to read more about visiting us.
New Lanark Launches its 2019 - 2023 Management Plan
New Lanark World Heritage Site launched its five-year management plan on Monday 25 March 2019, at the New Lanark Exhibition Gallery. Bill Howat Chair, New Lanark Trust opened the event and presented New Lanark’s ambitious vision for the historic village.
Partners to the development and delivery of the management plan for New Lanark include New Lanark Trust, Historic Environment Scotland and South Lanarkshire Council, who are committed to maintaining and enhancing the values of the World Heritage Site as defined by UNESCO’s criteria for Outstanding Universal Value, Authenticity, and Integrity.
SUMMER OPENING TIMES APRIL 1ST
As of April 1st, 2019, the Institute will be opening 10:00 - 17:00 with Robert Owen's School for Children & Exhibition Gallery opening at 10:30 and Robert Owen's House and Millworker's House opening at 11:00 am. All attractions will close at 5:00 pm. Our Mill Shop and Mill Cafe will also remain open until 5:00 pm during the Summer months.
Back to the 1930s - Sunday 1st September 2019
Tel: +44(0)1555 661345
Fax: +44 (0)1555 665738