East Dunbartonshire Tourism Partnership

Other Visitor Attractions

Antonine Wall

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The turf wall was built by the Romans about AD142, as the most northerly frontier of the Roman Empire.  It became a World Heritage Site in 2008.  Good access is provided from Croy rail station to a stretch of the frontier around Croy & Kilsyth including the fort sites of Croy Hill and Bar Hill with their spectacular views over the Kelvin Valley and Kilsyth Hills.

Glengoyne Distillery

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Here on the road between Strathblane and Killearn an excellent all-year opportunity to visit a typical malt whisky distillery is provided. A range of priced tours, including tasting tours and specially arranged bespoke tours is available. Group visits are especially welcome.

Huntershill Village

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A community of over 40 local businesses all in one fantastic location, with plenty of free customer car parking.

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