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All reviews car park helix park well worth a visit falkirk wheel guided tour amazing sculptures horses heads andy scott gift shop awe inspiring lit up at night amazing sight nice walk on site sunny day plenty of parking clyde canal
As an equestrian I was very eager to visit the kelpies. I had driven by these beautiful shaped horses twice without stopping, which made me a little sad each time.
The size of these heads is really impressive up close. Enough parking space available. Lovely...More
Great example of mechanical engineering
It looks like the architect was mechanical engineer or had mechanical mind. Crafted a great wonder in middle of no where
Nice spot for picnic with family, kids, even let's, as it has big lawns and pets would love it....More
The Kelpies is an all rounder for all ages to enjoy. Just looking at the magnificent metal sculptures or walking along the canalside taking in mother nature at it it's best and it's free. There is a visitors centre packed with gifts and a cafe...More
Fantastic sculptures well worth a visit, so much to see around about, plenty to keep kids occupied. Near by the helix park offers excellent walking for everyone who wishes to wander through the park, excellent play facilities for the younger minded people young and old,...More
The tour inside one of the Kelpies (Duke) is fascinating. You hear about the history of the area and of the real horses Duke and Baron. You also see how they were constructed. A really interesting and informative tour.
While leaving Edinburg to Oban in Scotland I just chanced upon mention of this place on Internet and turned our car towards this wonderful place. Huge sculptures of two horses in steel attract you from the parking lot.It is just amazing to see the masterpiece...More