New Lanark World Heritage Site, home of Wee Row Hostel, is hosting the V&A Museum of Childhood’s exhibition “GAME PLAN: Board Games Rediscovered” this summer from 20th July – 4th November.
New Lanark World Heritage Site, home to Wee Row Hostel, is hosting the V&A Museums traveling exhibition “GAME PLAN: Board Games Rediscovered” in the newly developed Mill Gallery this summer from 20th July – 4th November. To enjoy this family event even more, why not book in at our Wee Row Hostel and treat the family to a night away in a World Heritage Site. Family rooms are available and you can get discounted access to the leisure facilities of the New Lanark Mill Hotel where there is a pool, sauna, bubble pool and gymnasium.
GAME PLAN includes some of the most iconic, enthralling and visually striking games from the V&A’s national collection of board games. Visitors can enjoy hands-on interactives and see games from around the world. Gaming enthusiasts, Scrabble Champions and Monopoly Meglomaniacs can apply to be Volunteer Exhibition Stewards. Register your interest by emailing th Volunteer Coordinator, Paige Hughes – email@example.com .
Visitors can enjoy a full day out by visiting the exhibition then exploring the award-winning New Lanark Visitor Attraction, enjoying woodland walks in the Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve and visiting the Mill Café & Mill Shop. Individuals, educational groups and organised groups of all sizes are welcome to visit.
Go on, wake up in a World Heritage Site and book your stay now at Wee Row Hostel.
Another great reason to enjoy a stay at Wee Row Hostel in the heart of New Lanark Mills World Heritage Site.
This fascinating exhibition is on display in the brand new exhibition gallery at New Lanark Visitor Centre. Discover the story of the Great Tapestry of Scotland through original sketches, photography, memorabilia and memories from those closest to the project.
For the first time ever, panels from ‘The Great Tapestry of Scotland’ will be exhibited alongside fascinating insights from Dorie Wilkie, Lead Stitcher and her team of 1000+ stitchers who worked on the project across Scotland. The exhibition will also include original sketches and personal works by Andrew Crummy, the man behind the tapestry’s beautiful illustrative designs depicting key moments in Scotland’s history.
Have you seen the Great Tapestry before or were you involved in its creation? Don’t miss this!
‘Making the Great Tapestry of Scotland’ tickets are valid for ONE DAY between 18 May and 1 July 2018. The exhibition will be open from 10am-5pm daily.
- Adult: £5.00
- Concession (Senior & Student): £4.00
- Child (10-15): £3.00
- Child under 10: Free
- Family (2 adults + 2 children 11-15): £13.00
- Family (2 adults + 3 children 11-15): £13.00
- Essential carers: Free (when accompanying an Adult, Child or Concession ticket)
Book your tickets here
Historic hostel in this World Heritage Site.
I can’t believe I’ve never visited New Lanark. My excuses are reduced now I’ve learned a bit about Wee Row Hostel as well. I’ve read so much about it and yet the number of times I driven past the sign to New Lanark on my way to see family in Glasgow!
It is a UNESCO World Heritage site because of its place in the industrial heritage of the world – being a model village built on Utopian socialist principles by one of those Victorian philanthropists. It shares a bit of history with the World Heritage site I can see from my office window, Derwent Valley Mills, as Richard Arkwright had a strong hand in both. That’s another reason to have visited.
Nowadays it is a justly famous visitor attraction for its lovely location and living industrial history. Modern visitors admire the waterfalls for enjoyment of the landscape, where in times past they were viewed with an eye for energy and power.
Have a look at this map which is alive with hyperlinks, and you’ll get an idea of what New Lanark has to offer. And see that little row of buildings at the bottom? That’s Wee Row, a hostel right in the heart of it all. It sleeps 62 guests in 18 private rooms all with en suites and as you can imagine, has terrific views over the River Clyde and surrounding countryside.
There is a comfortable dining area and TV lounge as well as a modern fully equipped self-catering kitchen although breakfasts and dinners can be provided if you don’t fancy cooking. WiFi is complimentary throughout the public areas. Classic hostel facilities include bike storage and a laundry and drying room.
I’ve got no reason to keep ignoring it have I?