Tag: falkirk wheel

July 19, 2018

Callendar House , Falkirk gets five star rating

Callendar House in Falkirk has received a five-star rating from VisitScotland. The 14th century building, set within Callendar Park and opened to the public in 1996 after centuries as a family home with links to Mary Queen of Scots, has achieved the national tourism organisation’s top-quality award. The House dates back to the 14th century. For categories including core experience, catering, hospitality, friendliness, staff efficiency […]

August 7, 2017

Bespoke private tours – design your own tour

Alongside our normal choice of tours , Private Tours Edinburgh also offers bespoke private tours and one day Outlander tours customised to the requirements of each customer . Phone 07305-294773 or contact us online . You can set your own itinerary and decide exactly where you want to visit . Customers interested should contact us online for a quote Tours normally start at 10 am […]

August 7, 2017

Bespoke private tours

Alongside our normal choice of tours , Private Tours Edinburgh also offers bespoke private tours and one day Outlander tours customised to the requirements of each customer . You can set your own itinerary and decide exactly where you want to visit . Customers interested should contact us online for a quote Tours normally start at 9.30 am . Normal pickup point is Edinburgh or […]

November 6, 2009

New video screensavers – Falkirk Wheel

Just over 3 years ago I uploaded a video of the Falkirk Wheel and since then it has received nearly 100,000 views online . I have now decided to releaes a unique video screensaver of the Wheel . My video shows the wheel turning and transporting a canal boat from one canal to the other . I have speeded up the video as it takes about 5 minutes for the whole transfer to take place

February 26, 2009

Visitor figures fall for top tourist attractions

Visitor figures for the UK’s top tourist attractions have been published today . Edinburgh Castle had over one million visitors in 2008 , although the total for the year represents a drop of 8% . The Falkirk Wheel weighed in with 500,829 visitors , 2.5% less than 2007 . Kelvingrove Art Gallery is Scotland’s top tourist attraction, despite a huge 35% fall in visitors last year.