Lanarkshire offers a wealth of places to visit and things to do. As well as beautiful scenery offering a world of choice for walkers, cyclists and other outdoor enthusiasts, Lanarkshire is rich in its variety and quality of visitor attractions.

Our town centres range from small market towns with many buildings of historic interest to modern centres where you can access a full range of shops and services.

Two of the six UNESCO world heritage sites in Scotland are located in Lanarkshire, New Lanark and the Antonine Wall.

Abington

Abington

Abington, an ideal location for a family day out in the rolling Lowther hills by the River Clyde.
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Airdrie

Airdrie

Reflecting its roots as a market town, modern Airdrie has retained its traditional centre – giving a focus for the many shopping and leisure activities that the town can offer.
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All Train Stations in Lanarkshire

All Train Stations in Lanarkshire

If you are travelling by public transport and have additional access needs, detailed access information is provided on all the train stations in Lanarkshire.
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Antonine Wall World Heritage Site

Antonine Wall World Heritage Site

The Antonine Wall is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is formed by the few remaining frontiers of the Roman Empire.
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Bellshill

Bellshill

Bellshill was originally an agricultural hamlet, but the town grew and merged with neighbouring villages. Now a focal point within Scotland's motorway network.
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Biggar

Biggar

Biggar is a lovely market town in South Lanarkshire and home to the new Biggar and Upper Clydesdale Museum.
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Blantyre

Blantyre

The family will love a fun day out at the David Livingstone Centre in Blantyre. See the story come alive and enjoy a picnic in the grounds by the River Clyde.
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Bothwell

Bothwell

Bothwell is a pleasant village within a conservation area and home to Bothwell Castle - Scotland's largest and finest 13th century castle.
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Cambuslang

Cambuslang

Experience the thrill of hi-octane indoor karting, and the competitiveness of indoor paintballing in Cambuslang, in the north west tip of South Lanarkshire.
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Carluke

Carluke

A bustling market town overlooking the Clyde Valley.
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Carnwath

Carnwath

Carnwath is a village on the Southern edge of the Pentland Hills in Lanarkshire. A conservation area set in rural countryside. Visit the town to see the spectacle of the oldest foot race in Scotland - the Red Hose Race!
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Cleland

Cleland

Cleland is a small, traditional village with coal mining heritage located near Motherwell and Wishaw.
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