4* New Lanark Visitor Centre tickets from £4.50pp
South Lanarkshire, ML11 9DB
- usually £9.95
- save 55%
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Child, adult and family tickets to the award-winning 4* New Lanark Visitor Centre; learn about Lanark’s fascinating past with a trip to this UNESCO heritage site, valid 7 days – save up to 55%
- One child, adult or family ticket
- Rated 4* by Visit Scotland and one of six UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Scotland
- Just a one-hour car journey from Glasgow and Edinburgh
- Ideal for a family day out
- 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor
- Valid 7 days
Fun day out
Get ready to dive into Lanark’s fascinating past; with today’s deal, you and your family can explore the 4* New Lanark Visitor Centre. Founded in the 18th century, the cotton mill village of New Lanark lives on through this award-winning centre.
Learn all about the history of social pioneer and mill founder Robert Owen as you tour the historic buildings and relax on top of the mill in the largest roof garden in Scotland, boasting spectacular views all year round. You can also take a stunning woodland walk to the beautiful Falls of Clyde, or browse the lovely gift shop, stocked with a wide selection of books, gifts and craft items. And if you manage to build up an appetite, you can sample some delicious fare in the family friendly Mill Café coffee shop, serving up lunches, light refreshments and delicious home baking every day.
New Lanark Visitor Centre
Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, New Lanark Visitor Centre attracts and fascinates people from all over the world. With interactive guides and educational rides, you can travel back in time and learn all about the fascinating history of this community workplace. Take a journey into the past with the Annie MacLeod Experience ride, in which a 3-D hologram of mill girl Annie Miller reveals her amazing story on life in New Lanark during the 1820s. Less than 60 minutes from Glasgow and Edinburgh, this is the perfect educational and fun day out for all the family!
4.5/5 on TripAdvisor
“What a fantastic place; a stunning setting and the historical information was just brilliant. A definite must-see place.”
“I have visited New Lanark many times over the years and it continues to excel as a must-see destination. You can learn all about the amazing work of Robert Owen and of life working in the cotton mills or simply enjoy the awe-inspiring surroundings. There is something for everyone.”
“As the name suggests, this is a world class centre, steeped in industrial revolution history – it’s wonderful to see it in the flesh!”