Something fantastic is happening in central Scotland! Land
between Grangemouth and Falkirk is being transformed into the
Discover the Helix here.
New paths are being constructed all across the Helix, in Helix South, Helix North, and
Park - discover where the Helix could take you.
Demand for allotments is growing throughout Scotland and the
Falkirk area is no exception. Our new project will create
in the Helix South area, which will be managed with
the support of the Falkirk Allotment Society.
The Helix is a place to relax and enjoy, a place to explore,
but it is also a unique opportunity for local businesses to develop
and grow as the site becomes busier over the coming years.
Email for business
Scotland's newest visitor attraction is
beginning to take shape. Find out what there is to do already, then
come and explore!
New pathways at Helix South opened in 2011, the first of many new facilities that will attract local people and visitors to the area. Explore the Helix routes and find out what's on offer.
How do you get here? Situated in Falkirk, mid-way between Edinburgh and Glasgow city centres, the Helix site's geographical location makes it easy to access.
A major feature of the Helix will be several public art projects, many involving the local community.
Walk your dog or ride your horse on the new Helix paths. Enjoy what’s on offer and explore the area.
If you are visiting the Helix, why not take time to explore other nearby attractions.
Did you know? Glasgow based Royal College of Art graduate Jephson Robb was commissioned to lead the design and construction of a major public artwork for the Helix. The artwork known as The Abbotshaugh Sentinel will be located in the Abbotshaugh woodland near Langlees in Falkirk.