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A visit to Falkirk Town Centre is a must. it has gained a reputation for being one of the finest shopping destinations in Scotland.
The Business Improvement District area of the town centre boasts two shopping centres and a full pedestrianized High Street, with all the leading stores. Just off the High Street you will find a fantastic selection of award winning independent retailers including designer boutiques, gift shops and galleries.Falkirk also has a fantastic selection of pubs, restaurants and nightclubs, two of which are both Best Bar None national winners. For information on shopping and events please visit www.falkirkdelivers.com



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Falkirk is bursting with things to see and do so if you’re planning a visit to Scotland make sure the area is on your itinerary.

This hidden gem in the heart of Scotland, boasts some of the country’s most iconic attractions including the world’s largest equine sculptures, The Kelpies, and the world’s only rotating boat lift, The Falkirk Wheel. The area is also steeped in heritage including the Antonine Wall, Callendar House, Bo’ness & Kinneil Steam Railway, Blackness Castle, Kinneil House & the Dunmore Pineapple. Falkirk town has a great range of independent boutiques, cafes & restaurants. We are also home to five Outlander film locations & have a two Distilleries opening soon.
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Scotland’s most exciting example of 21st Century engineering, The Falkirk Wheel is more than just the world’s only rotating boat lift; it’s a towering symbol celebrating the renaissance of the nation’s 250-year-old canals. Combining engineering ingenuity and architectural imagination, the working sculpture stands over 35m high, holds enough water to fill an Olympic swimming pool but only uses the same energy to turn as it takes to boil eight kettles.

One of the world’s most important canal structures and a key tourism landmark, more than 500,000 visitors take a trip to the Wheel each year to watch in wonder as it transports vessels between the Forth & Clyde and Union Canals.
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As a not-for-profit organisation we strive to support community aspirations, deliver inspiring services and ensure that the experiences we offer provide equality of opportunity and access for all.We deliver:
  • Arts:Falkirk Town Hall, Hippodrome, town halls, film, theatre and exhibition programmes
  • Heritage:Callendar House and Tearooms, Kinneil Museum
  • Libraries:public libraries
  • Fitness:Gyms and fitness classes
  • Sport:sports centres, ski slope, sports pitches, Active Schools programme
  • Parks:Callendar Park, Grangemouth Golf Course, Kinneil Estate, Muiravonside Country Park and Farm
  • Outdoors
We also manage The Helix: Home of the Kelpies which includes the magnificent Kelpies and its Visitor Centre.
Back To Floorplan Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway
There's nothing like a departure by steam & situated less than an hour’s drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow, the award-winning Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway is an experience not to be missed.

Explore Scotland’s largest railway museum then take your seat aboard a steam train in a nostalgic 1950s carriage & relax as the train travels through the Scottish countryside. Also a location for films and TV shows including Outlander. Gift Shop and Station Buffet on site. There is plenty of free parking and pre-bookable Afternoon Tea on a steam train is very popular (subject to availability). Nothing is too much trouble and we look forward to welcoming you aboard.

Regional Winner Scottish Thistle Awards.
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