The Antonine Wall is highly visible here and sits alongside Callendar House which has much to offer the inquisitive visitor and hosts a permanent exhibition of local history in the museum. The surrounding network of paths throughout Callendar Woods and the Mausoleum offer an interesting four mile circular route. Full disabled facilities available. (700mts - < ½ mile)
Callendar Park is a wonderful area to explore and the Antonine Wall can be seen clearly in the grounds of the impressive Callendar House which has been restored by Falkirk Council and has permanent exhibitions and contains and excellent library archive of local history.
From Falkirk Town centre follow the signs for Callendar Park (approx 5 minutes walk). From Estate Avenue turn left into Seaton Place and past the series of high tower flats to reach the small car park at the Park Gallery and Tea Room
There is a tree lined path uphill towards the flats and from here you will get a tremendous view of the Wall.
The Park offers much more and has a network of forest paths to explore through Callendar Woods - the Mausoleum is quite fascinating
There are plenty of facilities available including a children's play area, kiosk and toilets (disabled toilet also).