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Falkirk and the surrounding area is bursting with brilliant contrasts.
The area boasts some outstanding attractions, including The Kelpies, The Helix, The Falkirk Wheel, Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway, the Antonine Wall, and The John Muir Way to name but a few. Why not check out this handy interactive map, packed full of ideas for day trips and longer stays in Falkirk and the surrounding area.
The town is easily accessible by road and rail with frequent services to nearby cities such as Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
For more information, visit the Visit Falkirk website.
Historical treasures Falkirk is alive with history.
The Antonine Wall, dating from the second century, marked the northern frontier of the Roman Empire and now has UNESCO World Heritage status.
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With support from some of the Catholic Mac Donalds, Charles ‘Bonnie Prince Charlie’ was able to gather his men at Glenfinnan. Although the mode of travel may not appeal to everyone, Stagecoach boss Sir Brian Souter said: ‘It used to be just pop stars who had beds on board their tour buses, now everyone can benefit from a comfortable, great value overnight journey.’ Blink and you'll miss it: As well as (almost) getting the recommended eight hours of sleep, a journey between London and Edinburgh includes a toothbrush and a chance to make friends with the people on the bottom bunk Albatross Sleeping Car Co regularly took 12 passengers at a time between London and Liverpool in 1928 and Land Liners Ltd operated a double-decker night service between London and Manchester in the late 1920s.On 23rd July 1745 Prince Charles Edward Stuart, son of James ‘The Old Pretender’ landed on the Isle of Eriskay off the west coast of Scotland. Find event listings and line ups, venue details, ticket information, nearby hotels and restaurants - all the essential information in one place! Got an event that's not listed or need to update your events details?Add your Dating event free of charge, using our Promotion Centre.
Twelve Jacobites and fourteen of the Duke’s men were killed, with the English being buried in the Clifton churchyard and the Scots under an oak tree (known locally as the Rebel Tree), where a plaque still remains.