There is an excellent choice of accommodation, from large hotels with spa facilities, national hotel chains, cosy cottages, Bed & Breakfasts and even canal barges.
For a day trip, weekend away or longer stay, the Falkirk area is steeped in history with a wealth of attractions, including 2 of the world's most unique, including:
- The Falkirk Wheel (the world's only rotating boat lift)
- The Kelpies in The Helix Park (the world's largest equine sculptures)
Plus the Falkirk area has a significant section of the John Muir Way. This walk links Dunbar to the waters of the Clyde in Helensburgh.
Just a short drive from our many attractions Falkirk town centre boasts first class shopping facilities with its shopping centres,The Howgate and Callendar Square,a traditional and pedestrianised high street and a fine selection of local independent stores, boutiques and gift shops. The town centre also has many historic sites and has two heritage trails which you can follow by way of a series of blue plaques. Parking in the town centre is FREE after 3 pm. Falkirk Delivers offers a full list of shops and cafes within Falkirk town centre.
Throughout the area, an excellent selection of quality bars and restaurants provide the ideal setting to relax and unwind.
There is also an information point located within the Howgate Shopping Centre in Falkirk Town Centre, a very useful Tourist map and local area leaflets can be found in the Helix Visitor Centre and the Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway.
If you are planning a visit to the Falkirk area and you have a member of you party with accessibility issues the Falkirk area does now have two Changing Places certified toilets situated in the Mariner Centre and Grangemouth Sports complex, FK3 8JB. For more information about Changing places facilities please click here.