Discover the impressive cotton mill village of New Lanark and explore its unique history. Founded in 1785, was once Britain’s largest cotton manufacturing centre and the birthplace of Robert Owen's enlightened management. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, New Lanark has been beautifully restored as a living community and award-winning visitor attraction.
Operator: New Lanark Trust
Address: New Lanark Mills New Lanark Lanarkshire ML11 9DB
Open Days & Times
Thu-Mon 1000-1600. Visit website for more details.
- By Bus: 135, 240X
- By Rail: Lanark / 1 mile
- Souvenir Shop
- Full disabled access