Kinneil Estate Park

Kinneil Estate is home to a variety of attractions with many activities taking place within the grounds such as walking, cycling and bird-watching.

The park consists of the surrounding acres of woodland and ponds, where you might be lucky enough to see coots, buzzards and swans – plus many other animals.

There are occasional guided walks through the park, in addition to the Step Forth health walks that run three times a week around the estate, check with Kinneil Museum for details of when these guided tours take place. For more details about the free walking group, visit the Step Forth section of the Kinneil House website.

Kinneil Estate is also home to Kinneil House and Kinneil Museum. These two attractions are free to the public and are filled with history. Kinneil Museum is built on Roman remains and is normally open six days a week, check their website for more information and opening times.

Kinneil House, being the historic home of the Dukes of Hamilton, is only open on selected days of the year where guided tours take place - a completely unique experience where The Friends of Kinneil Guides take you around the house, giving you the opportunity to see the rare wall paintings and maybe even their resident ghost. Check their website for more information and opening times.

Kinneil Estate is also home to Kinneil Church, James Watt's Cottage and Kinneil Roman Fortlet. For more information on all the attractions mentioned above, situated on the grounds of Kinneil Estate, look on the Kinneil Estate website. 

dog friendly

* This is a dog friendly attraction, click here for other dog friendly places in Falkirk 


The various attractions within Kinneil Estate have varying opening hours, please check the website for each indvidual attractions opening times.

  • Free Parking
  • Gift Shop
  • Part Wheelchair Accessible
  • Baby Changing Available

dog friendlyThis attraction is dog friendly

(* please note: dogs are not allowed inside the attractions, unless an assistance dog, but are permitted on the grounds)