Below the small village of Lanark, sited at the banks of river Clyde, rests New Lanark, Britain's largest cotton-spinning complex during the 19th century. Managed by Robert Owen, New Lanark marks the evolution of capitalism to protect its employees. Robert Owen pioneer social experiments proved the world that industrial sites could be efficient without exploring its workers. Falls of Clyde is just a few minutes away from New Lanark, Don't miss them.