Lanarkshire fueled Scotland’s rise to an industrial powerhouse during the Victorian era, a history held firmly protected under UNESCO status. Prepare to uncover a depth of industry, prosperity and real stories; right at the heart of Scotland’s native flora and fauna sanctuary.
The legend of William Wallace, his life, death and marriage, began between the now ruined walls of the Old Church of St Kentigern; our first stop!
Scotland was the powerhouse of the Industrial Revolution, an era made iconic by a wave of new ideologies - none more prevalent than the factories of New Lanark.
The Falls of Clyde are an impressive collection of waterfalls inside one of Scotland’s most coveted nature reserves. Have your cameras at the ready!