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New Lanark World Heritage Village, Lanark
(4.4/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web)
New Lanark World Heritage Village was originally a cotton mill village founded in 1786, and today you can see most of the buildings as they would have looked in the 18th century as a result of restoration work. In the visitor center, learn about the rich history of the village and the life of the mill manager and social pioneer, Robert Owen. Wander the historic streets and imagine how people lived and worked in Owen’s time. Take the Annie McLeod experience ride, where the ‘ghost’ of a mill girl takes you on a journey. Head up to the Roof Garden and enjoy views of the village and the surrounding scenery. Have a bite to eat at the cafe or make use of one the many picnic spots around the village. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to New Lanark World Heritage Village and many more Lanark attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Lanark tour planner.
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  • Cannot believe the number of people who have not heard of or visited New Lanark! It's got something for all the family-young or old. 
  • What a wonderful day we had visiting this most interesting place plenty to see and the pod trip going round taking you back through the years was fantastic the hotel is very nice as well we had lunch ...  more »
  • New Lanark is another very good attraction within South Lanarkshire. New Lanark offers a good variety of things to do. You can simply come for an hour and just have a wonder around or to the opposite ...  more »