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What’s on Falkirk and the Forth Valley

A busy commercial centre, Falkirk was once the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire and played a major role in Scotland’s Industrial Revolution. Its restored canals offer walking or cycling along the towpaths and boat trips, and the Bo’ness and Kinneil Steam Railway provides a delightful glimpse into a bygone age.

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6th June 2015, Falkirk:

Join us and abseil 100ft off the iconic Falkirk Wheel – the world’s first and only rotating boat lift.

25th July 2015, Falkirk & Forth Valley:

If your looking for a great day out, enjoying some of Scotlands oldest traditional music, arts, crafts and sports then make your way along to Airth Highland Games.

21st March - 31st December 2015, Forth Valley:

Operated by the Scottish Railway Preservation Society (SRPS), the Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway runs along the south shore of the Firth of Forth.

Year-round, Falkirk & Forth Valley:

More than just a classic car and motor museum, the Bo’ness Motor Museum is home to a wide range of Bond memorabilia including cars, props and posters from many 007 films and TV.

Year round, Bo’ness:

Kinneil Museum is located in the 17th century stable block of Kinneil House and is the starting point for an exploration into the colourful history of the Kinneil Estate.

Year-round, Grangemouth:

The Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, created by The Scottish Wildlife Trust in partnership with local people and industry, is made up of 10 acres of wildlife gardens and habitats, providing a relaxing retreat for both the young and old.

Year-round, Falkirk:

The world’s first - and only - rotating boat lift, the Falkirk Wheel connects the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.

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