|Looking for: ||Animals & Farms, Heritage|
|Address: ||Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve
Falls of Clyde Visitor Centre
|Postcode: ||ML11 9DB|
|Kids Activity: ||Outdoors|
|Telephone: ||01555 665262|
|Website: ||Click Here|
Located within the World Heritage Site of New Lanark, the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s fun four-star Visitor Centre allows people of all ages to learn more about the Falls of Clyde waterfalls, woodlands and the animals that live there.
The Peregrine Experience - watch live footage of nesting peregrines
Interactive toys and games - including badger facts and wildlife crafts
Honeybee observation hive housing a colony of resident bees
Beautiful riverside walks straight from the Centre to the reserve
Regular badger and bat walks throughout the year
Learn all about the history of Falls of Clyde on the Victorian Grand Tour
The Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Visitor Centre is open daily from 10am to 4pm.
The conservation village of New Lanark is the gateway to the Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve, which is owned and managed by the Scottish Wildlife Trust. From New Lanark you can enjoy beautiful riverside walks through the Reserve, following in the footsteps of the many poets and painters including Wordsworth and Turner. There are three waterfalls upstream from New Lanark lying on the Clyde Walkway: Dundaff Linn (3 metres) is the close to the village. Corra Linn (28 metres) is about 20-25 minutes walk, and Bonnington Linn (11 metres) about 30-45 minutes walk.