The Falkirk Wheel (Falkirk) Reviews
Newest Review: ... up or down so there's no hanging about if there's only one boat needing transported. *~* Parking and Getting There *~* I have never had to do either to get there but if arriving by car once you get almost to Falkirk there are lots of those brown tourist type signs that direct you to the wheel although I personally wouldn't have known how to get to it without living where I am, it isn't actually situated in Falkirk but the entrance is in Tamfourhill which is next to Camelon next to Falkirk. I would suggest using a sat nav to guide you, I often have people stopping me looking for directions. Once arrived there is a lot of parking space with a... more
Customer The Falkirk Wheel (Falkirk) Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/07/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I live 5 minutes from the Falkirk Wheel so it feels fitting to write a review about something so close to where I am. Despite celebrating the 10 year anniversary until I moved to where I am now just 18 months ago I had never seen the wheel up close, only from a distance although to be honest it had never intrigued me to see what it was about. Despite living just 5 minutes walk away it took a further few months until I started taking ways with my son in the summer and we discovered what the Wheel had to offer. *~* The Story Of The Wheel *~* There are 2 canals, The Union and The Forth and Clyde, however they never joined as there was a drop of 35ft between ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/09 (Very useful, 173 readings)
As this is my 1,000th review I thought I would make sure it was a good one so I hope you all enjoy reading it and may I also take the opportunity to say thank you to all of you who have been reading and rating my reviews since I joined Dooyoo in 2000. Anyway - let's get on with the review......... A few weeks ago we spent a day with my sister and her partner on their boat in Northants opening and closing the locks along the river and we got talking about the Falkirk Wheel and I commented that I would love to see it so Dave organised a visit and a ride on the wheel when I went up to Edinburgh with him. So what is the Falkirk ... Read the complete review
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