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New Lanark UNESCO World Heritage Site Discount Entry - Family of 4 was £43.95 now £22.75 / Child now £5.50 / Adult now £8.50 via Wowcher
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New Lanark UNESCO World Heritage Site Discount Entry - Family of 4 was £43.95 now £22.75 / Child now £5.50 / Adult now £8.50 via Wowcher

£22.75£43.9548%Wowcher Deals
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Posted 8th May 2019

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Never been but it's on my list now - it looks amazing & my kids would LOVE it

The UNESCO World Heritage centre visitor site is less than an hour from Glasgow or Edinburgh & seems great value at full price but amazing value at nearly 50% off the direct prices

Lots to see & do including some re-created mill house workers cottages, old mill machines, Falls of Clyde waterfall, Annie McLeod experience ride, converted cotton mill complete with a roof garden, picnic areas, play areas and woodland - kids will adore the giant willow storytelling dome and secret hideaway tree house plus it has a shop and cafe too.

Kid's tickets are now £5.50 instead of £9.95, Adult's £8.50 instead of £13.95 or a family ticket for 2 adults and 2 kids is just £22.75 - working out at £5.69pp PLUS children under 3 visit for Free

It has excellent reviews on TripAdvisor, is rated 4.5 out of 5 and awarded a Certificate of Excellence too


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T&C's

  • One voucher per child, adult or family.
  • May buy multiples as gifts.
  • Voucher valid until 28th Jun 2019.
  • Children must be aged between 3-15 years; under-3s do not require a ticket.
  • Family option valid for two adults and two children or one adult and three children.
  • Last entry is 3.15pm.
  • Under-16s must be accompanied by an adult.
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Excellent, thanks for posting
I hope this sells well and persuades them to drop their prices permanently. We were there a couple of weeks ago and couldn't believe they wanted £44 for a family. Maybe if we had arrived early in the morning with the intention of spending a full day we would have considered it, but there was no way I was paying that in the afternoon. We still walked around the place without paying, and were only prohibited from entering the buildings and attractions, but I did speak to some staff who were very much of the opinion that the ticket prices are ruining the place and keeping people away. Such a shame.
Thanks OP, gives an idea of what to do on our way back from a Holiday in Stirling, sadly missing out on this offer as the trip is in July.
Al_Jolson08/05/2019 19:14

I hope this sells well and persuades them to drop their prices …I hope this sells well and persuades them to drop their prices permanently. We were there a couple of weeks ago and couldn't believe they wanted £44 for a family. Maybe if we had arrived early in the morning with the intention of spending a full day we would have considered it, but there was no way I was paying that in the afternoon. We still walked around the place without paying, and were only prohibited from entering the buildings and attractions, but I did speak to some staff who were very much of the opinion that the ticket prices are ruining the place and keeping people away. Such a shame.


I do agree that it's expensive but it must cost a fortune to run. It's a cracking day out if you make a full day of it.
Waterfall is free to see, as is the riverside walk to it. I live locally and not fussed about paying for anything.
awww spent many a date walking around here back in the day
A nice place to visit and interesting history.

Falls of Clyde are well worth the walk.
nice, cheaper than Travelodge, is breakfast included?
Sharpharp08/05/2019 20:19

nice, cheaper than Travelodge, is breakfast included?



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