A Unique Step Back in Time

New Lanark World Heritage Site

New Lanark is a former cotton mill village situated on the banks of the River Clyde. Today it is a living and working village in which visitors can explore the history of the mills and their people. From the story of New Lanark told by the spirit of Annie McLeod, to the story of cotton and from life as a millworker to the influence of Robert Owen, New Lanark’s most famous manager, over 200 years of history are brought to life.

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Opening Times

April-October 10am-5pm
November-March 10am-4pm
We are closed on 25th & 26th December and 1st & 2nd January

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Telephone

01555 661345

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Email

trust@newlanark.org

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Ticket info

Adult: £10.50
Child (3-15 years old): £8
Concession (Senior & Student): £9.50
Under 3: Free
Please contact us directly to enquire about group bookings

The Collection

New Lanark Trust holds a diverse collection of artefacts, archival material and photographs relating to the history of New Lanark and the people who lived and worked here. These include textile machinery, personal artefacts, business documents and architectural drawings.