Thee world's only rotating boatlift, a working Georgian kitchen, a nostalgic steam railway and Scotland's national street arts festival. These are some of the attractions that make Falkirk and the surrounding area the ideal place for a great day out or a longer break.
In Falkirk, Callendar House tells stories of 1,000 years of Scottish history though costumed interpreters, including life below stairs in the Georgian kitchen. The house and adjacent Park Gallery host exhibitions. The magnificent Callendar Park has remains of the Antonine Wall, woodland walks and lots of activities for children.
The Falkirk Wheel opened in 2002 as the centrepiece of the restored Forth and Clyde and Union Canals. A unique boat trip on the Wheel will lift you 115 feet through the air in a matter of minutes. Nearby, Extreme Karting provides driving thrills and the Mariner Leisure Centre has a pool with waves and chutes.
See the Barbara Davidson Pottery at Larbert and visit the famous Dunmore Pineapple near Airth.
On the Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway, your steam train ride will take you to Birkhill Caverns, a fascinating former clay mine. While in the area, visit Bo'ness Motor Museum and the ship-shaped Blackness Castle on the Firth of Forth.
There's even more in the full menu of attractions. And don't miss Falkirk town centre, one of Scotland's leading shopping centres with a superb combination of big name stores and independent speciality retailers.
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