Everyone's health and safety is the most important thing. You can get the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Scotland at the Scottish Government website.
Whilst the majority of our attractions have re-opened, some have not, whilst others have changed their opening days and times, so to avoid disappointment please check with directly with operators before you set off.
Lanarkshire offers more time doing what you love with less travelling time. The central location of Lanarkshire is perfect for family days out in central Scotland. There are also a range of country walks with beautiful sights, and just a short distance from Glasgow and Edinburgh. Ideal for cyclists and other outdoor enthusiasts who prefer to avoid the city crowds.
Lanarkshire is diverse in its variety and quality of visitor attractions, historical locations, parks, walking/cycling routes and many other free things to do near Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Lanarkshire is home to many historic towns and villages, for more information about the history of: Blantyre, Airdrie, Strathaven, Coatbridge, Lanark or any of our other towns and villages, explore their history in VisitLanarkshire.
Lanarkshire welcomes all visitors. If you would like information on accessing our venues, we have detailed access guides for most hotels and attractions.