A Guide to Loch Lomond Shores: Attractions and Activities

Loch Lomond Shores is a shopping and leisure complex located at the southern end of Loch Lomond in the town of Balloch.

Visitors will discover a multitude of activities at the site including several high-end shops, cafes and restaurants, a sea life centre, a bird of prey centre, woodland walks, a food and craft area, a steam shop, and watersports equipment hire.

Visitor’s Guide to the Falkirk Wheel: An Engineering Marvel

The Falkirk Wheel is situated 23 miles from Edinburgh and Glasgow. As the world’s only rotating boat lift it has become a popular tourist attraction since opening in 2002.

The wheel lifts boats 115 feet into the air between Scotland’s Forth & Clyde and Union canals and visitors can experience it in action on a 60-minute journey across both waterways.

Discover the Falkirk Wheel with this complete visitor guide.

A Guide to The Jacobite Steam Train: A Highland Legend

The Jacobite steam train has been described as one of the greatest train journeys in the world. Covering 84 miles, the Jacobite travels from Fort William to Mallaig on the northwest coast of Scotland.

Visitors can sit back in the historic carriages and experience the best of the Scottish Highlands, from lochs and mountains to forests and glens. Discover The Jacobite steam train in this guide which includes an overview and useful visiting tips.

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