Antonine Wall
The Antonine Wall in Scotland was the frontier of the Roman empire. The barrier consisted of a line of forts and fortlettes connected by a continuous rampart wall and ditch. If you are interested in Scottish History you should give these sites a visit. Parts of this wall are still intact and one section in Falkirk is located near Graeme High School.

Bantaskine Park
The park is almost a country park within the boundaries of Falkirk town. It has a number of interesting woodland and canal side walks also has open areas suitable for picnics. The Seagull Trust run a facility within the park which takes the disabled for boat trips on the Union Canal.
Barbara Davidson Pottery
Barbara Davidson Pottery was started in Larbert in 1969, by Barbara and her fiance Brian. At first everything was made on the wheel, but demand soon overpowered supply, and casting and jolleying were introduced, under the trade name of "Larbert Pottery".
Birkhill Fireclay Mine
Situated in the Avon Gorge beside Birkhill Station, the Fireclay Mine is well worth a visit for all but the very young, old or infirm. The experienced guides show you the underground workings, the 300 million year old fossils and describe the life of the fireclay miners.
Blackness Castle
Blackness Castle looks over the River Forth to the dockyards of Rosyth, and along it to the Forth rail and road bridges. The castle is first mentioned in 1449, although there had been a port at nearby Blackness serving the royal burgh of Linlithgow since the thirteenth century. Blackness Castle is located close To St Ninians Way.
Bo'ness Town Centre
Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway (Website)
The traditional ticket office is located in the former Wormit station building. This building, which was relocated from the south end of the Tay Bridge, also contains ladies and gents toilets.

Callendar House
Callendar House tells stories of 600 years of Scottish history. Through wars, rebellions and the industrial revolution, the house has played host to many historical figures over the centuries. Callendar House is easy to find, just follow the path up past the play park.
Callendar Park
A great place for a family picnic. A great play park for the children with lots of fun things to do, you can even hire a swan boat and relax out on the lake. And if your lucky enough to be in the area, many special event are held here including a great fireworks display on Guy Fawkes night.

Dollar Park
A beautiful area of mature landscaped park with striking displays of annual bedding and ornamental shrubs. The park is only 5 minutes from Falkirk town centre. The park with its many horticulture attractions and numerous facilities is open all year with four tennis courts, an 18 hole putting green, table tennis and children’s play area although the outdoor activities are only available from May through to September.
The Dunmore Pineapple
Described as the "most bizarre building in Scotland" This house is shaped like a pineapple hence the name, and can be booked as a holiday home! The Pineapple Dunmore Park, Airth, Falkirk


Falkirk Town Centre
Falkirk Town Hall
West Bridge St, Falkirk, FK1 5RS Tel: 01324 506177
Falkirk Town Hall is a multi-purpose arts, cinema and conference venue situated in the centre of Falkirk. Located at the bottom end of the High Street, past the Police Station.

Falkirk Town Heritage Trail
The Falkirk Town Heritage Trail takes you to 25 of the most important historical things that have ever happened in Falkirk some of them dating back as far as the 5th century.
Falkirk Wheel
Lime Road, Tamfourhill, Falkirk FK1 4RS
Tel: 08700 500 208

The Wheel is Falkirk`s most famous tourist attraction as it is the world's first rotating boat lift. It was an ambitious project designed to join Scotland's two main canals:- The Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal using The Wheel to overcome  the 35metres difference in height between canals.
List of Things to do at The Falkirk Wheel include:-
A variety of walks around the wheel and along the canals.
Falkirk WheelAudio Visual Boat Trip,
Interactive Exhibition,
Outdoor Play Area,
Gift and Souvenir Shop,
Audio Walking Tour,
Picnic Areas.
The Falkirk Wheel offers excellent Parking and Toilet Facilities.

Forth and Clyde Canal

Grangemouth Stadium

Grangemouth Town Centre
Grangemouth Heritage Centre
Grangemouth Museum
41 Bo'Ness Road, Grangemouth, Tel: 01324 504699
Grangemouth Museum is a great place to go to find out more about the town you live in, or to find out about how industry has shaped Grangemouth's development.

Grangemouth Sports Centre
Abbotsgrange Rd, Grangemouth, FK3 9JD, 01324 504560
Grangemouth Sport centre is a great place to go with many things to do including, badminton, five-a-side football, basketball, netball, volleyball,




Kinneil House and Museum
Kinneil Estate contains woodland walks, a section of Antonine’s Wall and a Museum with detailed information on the history of the Estate and the surrounding area.


Mariner Sports Centre
Glasgow Road, Camelon, FK1 4HJ
The mariner centre is a great place for kids and adults alike. with many things to do including Karate, Swimming lessons, Squash, Aerobics, Parent and Toddler Swimming

Muiravonside Country Park near Linlithgow
The Park is 170 acres of woodland, parkland and gardens. It has a wide variety of amenities including nature trails, picnic sites, guided walks and a Visitor Centre and also features restored farm buildings housing ponies, pigs and goats. There is also a well stocked duck pond and chicken runs. There is a Ranger Service providing talks and guided walks around the park.



Polmonthill Ski Slope
Polmonthill, Polmont, Falkirk, Stirlingshire, FK2 0YE, Tel: 01324 503835
Polmont Ski Slope offer lessons for people of all abilities in skiing and snow boarding. lessons can be taken in 4 week blocks.


Remains of Roman Fort



Union Canal & Tunnels
The Union Canal links the heart of Edinburgh to the Falkirk Wheel through an amazing and exciting 32 mile route. It features Scotland's only canal tunnels, dramatic aqueducts, and lovely scenery, fun for all the family, so go along and have a great day!


Wallacestone View Point

Xtreme Karting
Unit J, Lochlands Business Park, Larbert, FK5 3NS
Tel: 01324 579797 www.xtremekarting.co.uk


Zetland Park
Zetland Park is the main park in Grangemouth. Facilities include crazy golf, putting, tennis courts, a boating pond and mini traffic area.
There are also football pitches, rose gardens and a cenotaph.
Near by is the Sports Complex with swimming pool and other sports and leisure facilities.

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