Falkirk Wharf in Stirlingshire


Map & Directions


By Road: Take the A8 road for Glasgow and the west. At Newbridge roundabout take the M9 west for Stirling.Take the slip road off for Falkirk (Junction 5). Signs on the M9 indicate you should continue straight ahead for the Falkirk Wheel, but if you do not leave the motorway at junction 5 you will end up at the wrong car park.Once off at junction 5, follow the signs for the Falkirk Wheel/Mariner Centre, which will take you past Falkirk Football Stadium and an ASDA distribution centre.This will eventually bring you to the Rosebank Beefeater restaurant at the Forth and Clyde Canal.At the roundabout here take a left and cross the canal (signposted for the Falkirk Wheel Service and disabled entrance).Immediately across the canal at the mini roundabout turn right. You will now be driving with the canal on your right hand side and can follow the yellow AA Falkirk Wheel signs from here.At the second mini roundabout you come to (with the Union Inn in front of you), go left up the hill and then take the first right.At the next mini roundabout, turn right to enter the Falkirk Wheel site, park on the right, come down the hill, walk through reception, turn right and our office is facing you. The base is adjacent to the magnificent Falkirk Wheel visitor centre.

By Rail: From Glasgow Queen Street or Edinburgh station take a train to either Falkirk High or Falkirk Grahamston station (about 30 minutes). The most frequent service is to Falkirk High Station. Either station in Falkirk is a short taxi journey to the Falkirk Wheel. For information about train timetables and ticket costs for all mainline rail transport please go to www.thetrainline.com

By Air: Landing at either Edinburgh or Glasgow airport you can take a bus to the city centre and then a train as above. From Edinbugh airport a taxi directly to Falkirk takes about 30 minutes.

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