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The Kelpies & The Helix

4 Stadium Way | Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk FK2 9EE, Scotland
+44 1324 590900
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An amazing sight.

My wife and i went to see the Kelpies last tuesday.It was a beautiful day and the Kelpies shining... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Glasgow, United Kingdom
No long face

The kelpies are huge intimatating beasts and quite spectacular,it borders the forth and Clyde canal... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Ian C
Glasgow, United Kingdom
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The Helix covers over 350 hectares of green space between Falkirk and Grangemouth. The Helix includes The Kelpies, the world's largest equine statues and from Summer 2014, a waterside cafe, lagoon and adventure play zone. The jewel in The Helix project is The Kelpies - Standing at 30 metres tall and weighing over 300 tonnes each. To get up close and persoanl with The Kelpies our tours let you get inside the magnificient structures and guided tour tickets are available now at our website. The Kelpie visitor centre will also open to the public complete with eatery and gift shop following this...
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  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
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4 Stadium Way | Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk FK2 9EE, Scotland
+44 1324 590900
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Reviewed yesterday

My wife and i went to see the Kelpies last tuesday.It was a beautiful day and the Kelpies shining in the sunshine was an amazing sight.Standing at ground level and looking up at them is an experience you wont forget in a hurry.Sadly in and...More

Thank Rodiemac
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The kelpies are huge intimatating beasts and quite spectacular,it borders the forth and Clyde canal with great small barges for a small trip up through a lock with a chance of seeing swans and their young .

Thank Ian C
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Easy to find off motorway, parking £3 for all day . We arrived early so found parking spaces no problem. The actual sculptures are magnificent, as grand and magical as I imagined. The children enjoyed the walks and got an ice cream 🍦 at a...More

Thank stephaniejane1986
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Fantastic place, was a beautiful hot day and was mobbed, my only complaint is they do not have enough toilets beside the lake and huge play park, as usual gents has no queue but ladies with the 3 cubicles has a large queue, not ideal...More

Thank S R
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The kelpies are a must see attraction, they are magnificent structures that dominate the landscape. However there is nothing much else to see or do at the site other than visit their information centre and shop. They really need to interact more with their visitors...More

Thank dm2346
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Enjoyed seeing the the kelpies up close with kids, impressive sculptures. Would come again, when less tired to look around more and spend time in Park. We paid £3 to park close to the kelpies which was fine as tired. There is a free car...More

Thank moon_uk_dundee
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

These are such a fabulous sight. Incredible sculptures that are wonderful during the day and even more sensational at night. A must see

Thank Sharon M
Reviewed 5 days ago

Looks a little crazy from the M9 to see to huge horses heads rising from the ground. Getting closer though and getting the tour of how they were made was actually pretty fascinating. The sculptures are huge and very impressive. In the park there are...More

Thank Mark M
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I really enjoy going to the kelpies. Go at least once a week just for walking since it's a good excuse to get a good amount of steps in. There's a few food vans if your feeling peckish too. There's quite a lot to do...More

Thank Stacey C
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Great cheap attraction with plenty to do as well as be amazed by the sculptures. Nice Weather essential and come back at night. It doesn't close then

Thank Dannyboybear
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28 May 2017|
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Response from Peridot31 | Reviewed this property |
At night time all the facilities are closed but the horses are all lit up which is pretty spectacular!
15 April 2017|
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Response from vaz21212 | Reviewed this property |
Take waterproofs as the only shelter that's there was closed when I visited .... Which was in the evening I might add but take appropriate clothing and be on safe side as it can take quite a few minutes to walk from Car Park
Margaret A
26 March 2017|
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Response from Seamus C | Reviewed this property |
Hi Margaret the attraction car park shuts at five there is a free car park in falkirk stadium on the other side of the road which remains open so u can use it after 5pm