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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Lesmahagow, Sandford & Strathaven

Lesmahagow, Sandford & Strathaven

This cycle route connects the ancient communities of Lesmahagow and Strathavenand there is plenty of interest in both to add at least an hour to your journey time.
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Luggiebank & Palacerigg

Luggiebank & Palacerigg

Rich in interest and things to see, on the walk from Cumbernauld to Palacerigg Country Park, stunning views open up northwards to the Campsies and beyond to the Southern Highlands.
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New Lanark and the Falls of Clyde Walking Route

New Lanark and the Falls of Clyde Walking Route

New Lanark and the Falls of Clyde, a spectacular river walk. Walk from New Lanark, the UNESCO World Heritage site, and explore the River Clyde’s hidden side.
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North Calder Heritage Trail - Smartways

North Calder Heritage Trail - Smartways

Enjoy a fun day out following the North Calder Heritage Trail. The trail starts at Summerlee - National Museum of Industrial Life in Coatbridge and ends at Hillend Reservoir.
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Old Lanark Road, Fiddler's Glen, Crossford & the Clyde Walkway

Old Lanark Road, Fiddler's Glen, Crossford & the Clyde Walkway

Carluke is an old market town at an important crossroads between central and southern Scotland, where old and new road converge.
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Shotts to Blackridge

Shotts to Blackridge

From Shotts Railway Station and leading through Kirk O'Shotts, Caldercruix, East to Blackridge and then back to Shotts. Some of the most scenic and unspoilt sections of North Lanarkshire.
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South Airdrie Path Network

South Airdrie Path Network

The South Airdrie Path Network has great opportunities for walking and cycling on paths in and around Calderbank, Cairnhill, Sikeside, Brownsburn, Gartlea and Chaplehall. Fun for all the family.
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Walk or Cycle | Strathaven and Whitelees Wind Farm

Walk or Cycle | Strathaven and Whitelees Wind Farm

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Strathaven, Sandford and Spectacle E’e falls Walking Route

Strathaven, Sandford and Spectacle E’e falls Walking Route

Essential Information Distance: 3 milesTime: 1 – 2 hoursDifficulty: easy/moderateTerrain: footpaths and meadowStart/finish point: Common Green, StrathavenTransport: Train – East Kilbride railway station 8 miles; Bus – regular services between East Kilbride and Hamilton and StrathavenRefreshment: Strathaven is well served by tearooms,...
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Walk or Cycle | Summerlee Monkland Canal  N Calder Trail

Walk or Cycle | Summerlee Monkland Canal N Calder Trail

Start/Finish: Summerlee Museum Transport: Train-Coatbridge Central, Coatbridge Sunnyside or Blairhill Railway Stations Refreshment: Drumpellier Country Park Visitor Centre cafe 01236 422257 www.northlanarkshire.gov.uk Summerlee Museum of Industrial Life cafe 01236 638454 www.visitlanarkshire.com/summerlee Distance: 8 1/2 miles Time: 2-3 hours Difficulty: Easy (moderate in...
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Summerlee to Drumgelloch

Summerlee to Drumgelloch

Not ready for the Tour de France yet? Start off with this easy 4 mile A to B cycle from Coatbridge to Airdrie with fascinating points of industrial interest along the way.
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The John Muir Way

The John Muir Way

A fantastic coast to coast walking route that stretches through the heart of Scotland from Helensburgh on the west coast to Dunbar on the east coast.
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