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.
The Walled Garden provides a peaceful, relaxing, natural haven close to town for local residents and visitors. The Garden offers a range of features/activities including: a sensory garden, arbour area for picnics you bring, Bandstand and our pond area.
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.
Site of the former Kinneil Colliery, now fully restored - an excellent place to take the kids, go for walks, cycle and bird watching.
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.
The Scottish Segway Centre provides off – road guided tours to the top of the Falkirk Wheel and beyond!
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.