There's plenty to see and do in Level Two Falkirk
Now restrictions have eased even further the many attractions and activities Falkirk has to offer both residents and visitors are now open and ready to be enjoyed.
Callendar House and it’s popular tea room has reopened at the end of last month with visitors require to pre-book online.
The steam trains at Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway will soon be operating once more after some successful test runs – with new COVID-19 safety measures in place – earlier this month and they are currently taking bookings for tickets on their website.
A spokesperson said: “Following this successful trial, we are reviewing the visitor experience and making changes as required. Once we know we can offer everyone a safe time we can open once again and offer visitors a journey by steam and heritage diesel train.
“As you can imagine not running any passenger trains since January 2020 and having to reopen in a pandemic is not easy but we are making progress and really appreciate your patience.”
Bo'ness Motor Museum and gift shop is now open on Saturdays and Sundays
Outland fans will love the fact Blackness Castle is open once more, with visitors required to pre-book tickets online at Historic Environment Scotland.
The mechanical marvel that is the Falkirk Wheel is back in action with the visitor centre and boat trips open once more, as is the on-site playpark which now includes mini golf ant lots more.
The Kelpies were always available to view, but now the visitor centre is open again as is the café with a limited menu for takeaway and the Plaza Café at the Helix is currently open for takeaway from 10am to 4pm.
Grangemouth’s oasis of nature in an industrial area, Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre , is open Monday to Saturday, 9.30am to 4.30pm.
And if anyone fancies a hurling a few bowling balls down at some pins, Camelon’s Tenpin Falkirk is now open once again.