About New Lanark Visitor Centre
A UNESCO World Heritage site, New Lanark World Heritage Site is an incredible piece of Scottish social history which welcomes visitors from around the world.
Fun and educational
Now beautifully restored as a living community, New Lanark is the perfect combination of fun and educational.
One of the sights at the community is the Annie Mcleod Experience Ride, a dark ride which features mill girl Annie who magically appears and reveals the amazing story of her life and times in New Lanark in 1820.
Guests can also visit New Lanark’s roof garden, Robert Owen’s School for Children, the Mill Workers House in 1920s and 1930s, Robert Owen’s House, the Village Store and the working textile machinery which made the cotton.
Mill Cafe with ice cream
Hungry or thirsty guests can pop into New Lanark’s Mill Cafe which serves a range of lunches, light refreshments, home-baking and Fair Trade tea and coffee.
Traditional textiles shop
Visitors can also pop into the New Lanark Mill Shop which sells yarn and textile products produced on site using the mill’s historical textile machinery.
It also sells a range of gifts, books, Scottish produce, traditional Scottish sweets and retro toys.