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The weather in Falkirk
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 1° in Falkirk in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Explore Central Scotland from a holiday letting in Falkirk
Falkirk, Scotland, is ideally located for visitors to the country's central belt, and the town and its surrounding area have many attractions for holidaymakers of all ages to enjoy. A holiday letting places you close to all that the area has to offer.
Historic homes and museums
The beautiful 14th-century Callendar House, set in what is now the public Callander Park, is a great place for visitors to learn more about the history of Falkirk, from the Roman era to the Industrial Revolution. A short distance away, on the Firth of Forth, stands the dramatic 15th-century Blackness Castle. The structure played an important role in Scotland's history. Nearby Bo'ness is also home to Scotland's oldest cinema, the Hippodrome, which opened in 1912 and has since been fully restored.
Canals and steam trains
Falkirk, located on the recently restored Forth & Clyde canal, is the home of several companies offering boat trips along the waterway. Most trips include a journey on the Falkirk Wheel – the world's only rotating boat lift. It raises vessels and their passengers 35 metres into the air. Younger children will enjoy a trip on the Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway, Thomas the Tank Engine makes regular appearances during the summer months.
Falkirk's Roman connections
Falkirk, which dates all the way back to Roman times, was once the location of a fort on the Antonine Wall. The area around Falkirk is dotted with ruins of other forts, and you can hike along the route of the wall itself throughout Central Scotland. Other main attractions in Falkirk include the Kelpies, huge metal horse-head sculptures in The Helix parkland, on the banks of the River Carron. You can pre-book tours of these dramatic sculptures to learn more about how they were made.
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