Falkirk is currently in temporary lockdown, meaning that you may only leave your home for essential purposes, and should stay as close to home as you can. We hope this page inspires you to visit us when the time is right. Please follow any current restrictions here.
Larbert Woods has three easy trails weaving amongst mature trees and circling a picturesque little loch. When you visit, keep a look out for roe deer, squirrels, dragonflies and frogs.
Callendar Park is the jewel in the crown of parks within the Falkirk area, covering over 170 acres and housing the magnificent Callendar House. Whether you're looking for an action packed day or a place to take the children for a picnic and a play, Callendar Park has something for everyone. It's a must visit when the time is right. Discover more here
From Roman fortlets, a medieval village and church to inspiring industrial history - Kinneil Estate boasts over 200 acres of beautiful parkland and stunning scenery. The site is also part of the John Muir Way. More information here
Did you know that there are about 12 routes in and around the Falkirk Wheel and South Falkirk? From the Falkirk Wheel you could take a journey through our history by exploring our Roman heritage, alternatively the canal towpaths are great for a family walk. Remember to maintain social distancing at all times. Discover more here
The Helix Park, home of the Kelpies and the largest equine sculptures in the world, includes around 500km of connected cycle paths. Discover one of many routes including the 16-mile core route, Helix Around Town Tour (HArTT), when the time is right.
Soak up the atmosphere of this heritage railway, travel by steam train and explore Scotland's largest railway museum when the time is right. In the mean time explore all the things you can see and do in the historic town of Bo’ness and its walking trails.