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Forth Valley Tourist Route

Length
43 miles / 69 km
Location
Edinburgh – Stirling

Have your camera at the ready as you explore locations such as the Forth Bridge and Antonine Wall, which are both World Heritage Sites, the impressive metalwork of The Kelpies by Andy Scott and the fascinating engineering feat that is The Falkirk Wheel. Wind your way along the Firth of Forth, through West Lothian and into the Forth Valley on this excellent alternative route to Stirling, a city that’s bursting with fascinating history.

  1. Forth Bridge, South Queensferry

    Come and see this iconic railway bridge.

  2. Blackness Castle

    A formidable fortress and star of the small screen.

  3. Linlithgow Palace

    Find out its strong connections with the Stuart dynasty.

  4. Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway

    Hop aboard a vintage train.

  5. Kinneil Museum and Estate

    Explore Roman connections on this historic estate.

  6. Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, Grangemouth

    A family-friendly reserve.

  7. The Helix, Falkirk

    Have your camera ready for the mighty Kelpies.

  8. The Falkirk Wheel

    Take a canal boat trip on this incredible rotating lift.

  9. Battle of Bannockburn

    Rally the troops for an exciting battle experience.

  10. Stirling Castle

    Discover the splendour of the renaissance palace.

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