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Visitor Attractions in Fife and Stirling


The Falkirk Wheel, Falkirk

The Falkirk Wheel    Falkirk

The Falkirk Wheel is an amazing vision of modern engineering. Linking historic Forth & Clyde Canal and Union Canal, it takes the place of 11 locks, lifting canal boats from one waterway to the next. Take an exciting boat trip on The Wheel itself. Once lifted, the boat sails smoothly from The Wheel onto the Union Canal. This passes along the aqueduct, through the 180 metre Roughcastle Tunnel and under the historic - World Heritage site - Antonine Wall. Return to the Visitor Centre which has a great cafe with stunning views of The Wheel, a shop, and exhibition.

Scottish Antique and Arts Centre, Doune, near Stirling

Scottish Antique and Arts Centre    Doune    near Stirling

The Scottish Antique and Arts Centre at Doune offers a shopping experience which inspires and delights, suiting many tastes, budgets and interests. Our unrivalled selection of antiques and collectables from Scotland and further afield compliment perfectly the constantly evolving ranges of gifts and home accessories. We have endless goodies to amuse and satisfy those of a discerning nature. Restaurant and deli serving delicious food.

Deep Sea World, North Queensferry

Deep Sea World    North Queensferry

Experience the UK's longest underwater viewing tunnel, mysterious coral reefs, majestic sharks and our amazing seal sanctuary.

Open every day except Christmas Day and New Year's Day, Deep Sea World is the perfect family day out with easy parking, a relaxing Cafe and a well stocked gift shop. For something more adventurous why not come along and dive with our very own sharks, available for everyone!

Crail Pottery, Crail

Crail Pottery    Crail

Crail Pottery, established in 1965, is set around a beautiful courtyard in the heart of historic Crail. Crail is famed for its picturesque harbour, historic buildings with pantiles and crow stepped gables and Crail Pottery. Crail Pottery produces a diverse range of stoneware, terracotta planters, raku and bright hand painted earthenware. Every piece is hand thrown on the wheel, decorated, glazed and fired here in our workshops.

St Andrews Preservation Trust Museum, St Andrews

St Andrews Preservation Trust Museum    St Andrews

It is a living, breathing monument to Scottish heritage, hospitality; and enjoyment for all. We look forward to welcoming you.


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