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Grangemouth

Sat upon the banks of the Firth of the Fourth in Stirlingshire, Grangemouth is a wonderful rural town with easy access to travel to a number of major cities and surrounding seaside towns and villages. Once famous as being a port town and a link between the Forth and Clyde Canal and the River Forth, the town is now renowned for their sports facilities, ranging from a fantastic golf course to the artificial ski slope. Visitors will enjoy easy access to the capital city of Edinburgh as well as further afield to the melting pot of Glasgow.

We love Grangemouth because...

  • Wonderful rural town
  • Significant historical sites
  • Fantastic sports facilities
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Hotels in Grangemouth
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The Leapark Hotel
130 Bo'ness Road Grangemouth FK3 9BX

Situated in the historical port of Grangemouth, this comfortable hotel provides an ideal base to explore the iconic landmarks and cities of central Scotland.

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The Leapark Hotel
130 Bo'ness Road Grangemouth FK3 9BX

Situated in the historical port of Grangemouth, this comfortable hotel provides an ideal base to explore the iconic landmarks and cities of central Scotland.

In and around Grangemouth

The Kelpies

These fantastic equine monuments each weigh 300 tonnes, stand over 30 meters high and make use of 1200 tonnes of steel reinforced concrete in their foundations. The Kelpies name reflects the mythological transforming creatures, who were said to possess the strength and endurance of 100 horses.

Battle of Bannockburn Experience

One of the most significant historical battle sites in the United Kingdom, this experience is brought to life with technology including the use of 3D technology that allows visitors to gain further insight into the tactics and combat used in the battle. Play on a virtual battlefield and test yourself as a general against other guests. The well-maintained parklands around the centre are a great place for quiet contemplation and features many monuments including a statue of the Bruce himself.

Grangemouth Urban Wildlife Centre

Once the area was a barren wasteland, but a wondrous transformation has made the area into a refuge for wildlife, an urban green space that is open to the community. From introducing both children and adults alike to nature, as well as providing insight into improving gardens and other spaces into your very own wildlife haven. From grassland, to woods and a pond, there are many ecosystems here and a number of opportunities for wildlife watching or photography will present themselves.

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