Shaped like a ship and situated on a promontory which juts out into the Firth of Forth, this 15th century castle is known as 'the ship that never sailed'.
Enjoy a 10 mile scenic return steam train journey along the Forth Estuary. Visit the Museum of Scottish Railways and look out for special events, including visits by Thomas the Tank engine.
A private collection of over 25 vehicles, including the Lotus Esprit SI from 'The Spy Who Loved Me', the BMW 750 from 'Tomorrow Never Dies', The Harry Potter Car, and 'Tardis' props from Dr Who.
Callendar House is a 4 star visitor attraction, a stunning 14th century, French chateau styled house, complete with working Georgian kitchen,visitor tea room, gift shop, archive service and fantastic kids play park.
Dollar Park is a beautiful area of mature parkland close to Falkirk town centre. The Park offers many horticulture attractions and numerous facilities to help you enjoy your leisure time, with it's Walled Garden providing a peaceful and natural haven.
The John Muir Way stretches 134 miles or 215 km across Scotland’s heartland, from Helensburgh through to Dunbar, Muir's birthplace. A large section of the route can be found in the Falkirk area, a must for walking and cycling enthusiasts.
Its easy to forget you are in the heart of Grangemouth, when visiting Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre. A real wildlife haven, with ponds, meadows and woodlands.
Take a unique boat trip along the Forth & Clyde Canal and sail in the shadow of The Kelpies - the world's largest equine sculptures.
A historic house open on selected days with examples of Rennaissance Art and surrounded by woodland which includes remains of a Roman Fortlet and the Antonine Wall. Kinneil Museum displays '2000 Years of History'.
Site of the former Kinneil Colliery, now fully restored - an excellent place to take the kids, go for walks, cycle and bird watching.
Based in the heart of Falkirk, Maley's work in small batches to deliver hand crafted, luxurious chocolates. From truffles to bars to lolly pops they only use natural ingredients and flavours to entice and enjoy as a treat or to gift to someone special.
Since 1995 the Megazone has been Central Scotland's Premiere Lasergame centre, providing serious fun for young and old alike.
The 170 acre, Muiravonside Country Park is 2 miles south of Grangemouth, open all-year, it includes nature trails, picnic sites, play areas and Newparks farm.
A unique experience for all involved, take in the sights of Falkirk from a cute and cosy canal boat.
The Scottish Segway Centre provides off – road guided tours to the top of the Falkirk Wheel and beyond!
Seagull Canal Cruising offers canal cruises with a difference on our specially adapted, fully accessible, boat Wooden Spoon Seagull
Everyone loves to bounce, it’s just kids who’ll admit it!
Sky High is one of the first state of the art trampoline parks in Central Scotland with over 70 interconnected trampolines.
An elaborate and eccentric summer house built in the shape of a pineapple in the 18th century by Lord Dunmore. The Pineapple presides over an immense walled garden open to visitors.
The Falkirk Wheel is the World's only rotating boat lift - lifting boats 115 ft linking the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.
The Helix has transformed 350 hectares in Falkirk into a brand new park including lagoon, wetlands, splash play area, kids play park, trails, outdoor event space and The Kelpies the largest equine sculptures in the world.
Scotland's oldest picture palace, over 100 years old and beautifully restored. Screening the latest releases and classic films, the venue for the annual Festival of Silent Cinema.