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Visit Falkirk Wheel car-free

The wheel is about 45 minutes’ waterside walk from either Falkirk High or Falkirk Grahamston stations.

There are regular trains to Falkirk High from Glasgow Queen Street (20 minutes) or Edinburgh (30 minutes). Falkirk Grahamston also has trains from Stirling (15 mins). When you travel by train, a Falkirk PlusBus ticket gives you unlimited travel by bus around the area.

Bus X37 runs from Glasgow (60 mins) and bus 38 from Stirling (40 mins). Local buses 7, 8, 1 and 35 stop at nearby Camelon and bus F14A at Tamfourhill.

Use our journey planner to get the best route from where you are.

Cyclists welcome - plan your route here

None yet, but arriving car-free does mean you avoid parking fees.

Here’s some information on accessibility on buses and trains.

About Falkirk Wheel

The only rotating boat lift in the world; it took 1200 tonnes of steel and more than 1000 construction workers to build this marvel of engineering, which opened in 2002. Nearly 6 million visitors have taken a boat trip through it since then.

For any queries about visiting contact Falkirk Wheel on 0870 0500208 or TFW_Info@scottishcanals.co.uk

Address: Falkirk Wheel, Lime Rd, Falkirk FK1 4RS. Visit Website