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Interesting to Visit and Wonderful Community Resource

Centre was to be closed while we're in Stirling so sent an email asking some family history type... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2018
Geoffrey C
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Brisbane, Australia
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Quite and serene

For a quite walk in glorious surroundings , this takes some beating, Scotlands first public water... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
less286
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Menstrie, United Kingdom
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16 Apr 2018
“Interesting to Visit and Wonderful Community Resource”
6 Sep 2017
“Quite and serene”
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Abercromby Place | Tullibody, Alloa FK10 2RU, Scotland
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Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

Centre was to be closed while we're in Stirling so sent an email asking some family history type questions. We got a response and next morning met the amazing Christine at the centre. Not only did she help us with a wealth of important family...More

1  Thank Geoffrey C
Reviewed 6 September 2017

For a quite walk in glorious surroundings , this takes some beating, Scotlands first public water supply dam is a beautiful seething, now enhanced by a new coffee shop.

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Reviewed 29 December 2016

The heritage center is definitely worth a visit if you stay locally and you are interested in local history. It isn't very big and it won't take long to visit but it is definitely interesting.

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Reviewed 19 September 2015

Not often you can visit a museum and find pictures of yourself and a replica classroom from your old school. Loads of interesting things to see for young and old. They really could use bigger premises.

1  Thank Sheenaf
Reviewed 30 June 2015

Tullibody Heritage Centre is a fantastic resource if you are at all interested in any element of the local area's history. Family history is a speciality and the assistance given can be extraordinary. The Group which run this was awarded the Queen's Award for Community...More

3  Thank JohnLamond
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