One child goes free with an adult or concession ticket!
Join us on our executive coach as we travel to New Lanark Mills, one of Scotland’s six UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The site is an 18th century cotton mill village sitting in a beautiful location alongside the picturesque River Clyde.
On arrival we are treated to a guided tour, see how villagers lived, learned and worked with a visit to Robert Owen’s School for Children, millworkers’ housing and Robert Owen’s own house.
There’s an opportunity to see historic working textile machinery, and take the ‘Annie McLeod Experience’, a fascinating ‘dark ride’ that tells the eyeopening story of a child millworker. Enjoy
spectacular views of the village, river and surrounding forests from the roof garden, or take a woodland walk to see the famous ‘Falls of Clyde’ waterfalls.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the cafe and take some time to browse the Mill Shop, offering an extensive range of contemporary gifts, souvenirs and Scottish produce before we head home.
*Details of this tour are correct, we are currently working on an update for our printed brochure, thank you for your patience.
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- Cowdenbeath 1855
- Kirkcaldy 1915
- Glenrothes 1930
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