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The Falkirk Wheel is an exceptional feat of modern engineering and is already being recognised as an inspirational sculpture for the 21st Century.
The Falkirk Wheel can carry eight or more boats at a time with a single trip taking about 60 minutes and providing an unforgettable experience and great 'day out' for all the family.Visitors can enjoy 'The Falkirk Wheel Experience' using special "trip" boats at the site and the distinctive new visitor centre gives an absolutely sensational viewpoint from which to see The Falkirk Wheel in action. For directions, times, prices and other general information please see the FAQ's section..For information on Falkirk Town and its amenities view these sites:falkirkgateway.com - falkirkmarket.co.uk - falkirkhelix.co.ukPlease login to see our image gallery and other features and activities within this website - and don't miss our magazine articles which contains many stories relating to the Falkirk Wheel and Millennium Link ...
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This site has been in existence for more than 10 years and has followed the Falkirk Wheel through all its different phases from an idea on a drawing board to the construction phase and finally to its glorious opening in 2000. The Falkirk Wheel is the focus but there is still more to do to ensure the canal network is truly a 'ribbon of light' once more.