A large country house begun in 1824 by the Cranstoun family, head of Clan Cranstoun, with its estate forming part of the New Lanark World Heritage Site.

Lanark, Strathclyde, ML11 9TQ


Experience this house


Free for members
  • Free parking

Corehouse is a pioneering example of the Tudor architectural revival in Scotland, designed by Sir Edward Blore and situated above the famous Corra Lynn Falls of Clyde.

Opening Times


1 to 28 May, 2 to 3 June, 30 Jul to 1 August; Thursday to Monday.

Tours: weekdays 1 & 2pm; weekends 2 & 3pm.

Vital to check arrangements: 01555663126 or


Historic Houses members visit for free.

Standard Entry: £7.00
Concession £4.00

Group Visits

Group visits are available at Corehouse.

We are able to offer light refreshments as part of your visit.

For more information please contact us:

01555663126 or

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