Love Lanarkshire Leisure

As the nights draw in and the party season draws closer, here are some suggestions for to keep you busy whatever the weather. 

biggar and upper clydesdale Museum

If you want to let the kids play out in the street and the weather isn't playing...the museum features an indoor period streetscape. You can dress up, do a bit of shopping and try out working a shift at the telephone exchange.

flip out

Boing Boing Boing, bounce your cares away in the huge trampoline arena, or hone your parkour skills before taking to the streets.

the time capsule

Brave the waves and race on the flumes, you wont run out of things to try, and swimming always works up an appetite.

then what?

Once you have done all that, use our search tool (above) to find more things to see and do in Lanarkshire. Less Travel Time, more time for you.

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Antonine Wall

Antonine Wall

The Antonine Wall in one of the six UNESCO world heritage sites in Scotland.
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Baron's Haugh

Baron's Haugh

Community nature reserve on the edge of Motherwell, North Lanarkshire.
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Broadwood BMX track

Broadwood BMX track

Championship level BMX track at Broadwood stadium
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Carron Valley

Carron Valley

If you enjoy the countryside and woodland walks or seek challenging mountain bike trails the Carron Valley is the place to visit.
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Chatelherault Country Park

Chatelherault Country Park

Chatelherault was built in 1732 as the hunting lodge and summer house for the Duke of Hamilton. Designed by the famous Scottish Architect William Adam, Chatelherault now serves as a magnificent gateway to a beautiful Country Park.
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Colzium Lennox Estate

Colzium Lennox Estate

The idyllic Colzium Lennox Estate surrounds the historic Colzium House in Kilsyth.
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Cuningar Loop

Cuningar Loop

Cuningar Loop is an exciting new woodland park in Rutherglen, near the east end of Glasgow. 15 hectares of derelict land - the size of 15 football pitches - has been transformed into a greenspace for local people and visitors to enjoy.
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Cumbernauld to Glasgow

Cumbernauld to Glasgow

The Cumbernauld to Glasgow route starts on the south west side of Cumbernauld, from where signs direct cyclists along minor roads until Muirhead.
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Forth and Clyde Canal

Forth and Clyde Canal

You can access the Canal in North Lanarkshire at Auchinstarry, Craigmarloch and Wyndford by joining the towpath that runs alongside it.
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Forth and Clyde Canal Society

Forth and Clyde Canal Society

Canal enthusiasts can support the preservation of the canal and enjoy a day trip on the water by chartering one of the three vessels, Voyager, Gypsy Princess or Maryhill.
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Forth, Wilsontown and Braehead Cycle Route

Forth, Wilsontown and Braehead Cycle Route

Enjoy the quiet back roads of South Lanarkshire with the Forth, Wilsontown and Braehead Cycle Route.
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Gartcosh Local Nature Reserve

Gartcosh Local Nature Reserve

Many people visit the reserve to enjoy the wealth of wildlife and the range of habitats present, which vary from the bluebell woods to wildflower rich meadows and small ponds full of dragonflies.
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