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What’s on South Lanarkshire

Many attractions in South Lanarkshire invite you to explore the area’s industrial past. The jewel in the crown is the restored 18th-century cotton mill village of New Lanark, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other popular historical attractions include Bothwell Castle, the Museum of Scottish Country Life at Kittochside, and the Leadhills and Wanlockhead Steam Railway. Biggar has seven rather unusual museums. The area also offers many scenic walks and nature trails amid some of the most dramatic scenery in Lowland Scotland.

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27th December 2014, Hamilton:

The Singing Kettle are having a PARTY and you are all invited.

Year-round, Clyde Valley:

Situated within the world heritage site of New Lanark, the Centre allows visitors to learn about the Falls of Clyde waterfalls and woodlands and the animals who live there.

Year-round, Clyde Valley:

This Reserve is made up of six different woodlands - Cleghorn Glen, Cartland Craigs, Falls of Clyde, Chatelherault, Nethan Gorge and Mauldslie Woods.

Year-round, Lanarkshire:

Built in 1732 as a hunting lodge and summer house, Chatelherault now serves as a magnificent gateway to the country park.

Year-round, Lanarkshire:

Calderglen Country Park is a fantastic place to visit.

Year-round, Lanarkshire:

This 32-acre site includes a 16-acre loch and associated Water Sports Centre offering wind surfing, canoeing, dinghy sailing and fun craft hire.

Year-round, South Lanarkshire:

A 1950s working farm with dairy cows, sheep, pigs and farm experts on hand, plus an award-winning museum telling the story of the Scottish countryside.

Year-round, Lanarkshire:

The museum tells the story of one of Scotland’s oldest burghs.

Year-round, Lanarkshire:

Bothwell Castle is one of the outstanding monuments of medieval Scotland.

16th - 21st February 2015, Lanarkshire:

Willy Russell’s legendary Blood Broters tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with tragic consequences.

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