Bannockburn – Ladywell Park


  • seating
  • shelter

Features and activities

  • children’s play area suitable for all ages
  • sports fields
  • BMX track
  • walks linking to the Bannockburn Heritage Trail

Opening times

Open year-round.


Ladywell Park is unique in character as it's dissected by the Bannock Burn watercourse creating an 'upper' and 'lower' park.

A prominent feature within the park is the B listed historical circular arch road bridge built in 1819 by Thomas Telford. It's not until you're in the park that you can appreciate the circular masonry bridge that thousands of drivers and pedestrians cross every day.


The upper park can be accessed via Bruce Street and the lower park via Firs Crescent.

Postcode: FK7 8LF


Free car parking off Bruce Street.

What's nearby

Café and shops are located nearby on Quakerfield (A9) and Main Street.


Most paths within the park have a finished surface and are suitable for all users. The steps connecting the upper and lower parks are not suitable for people using wheelchairs, however there are alternative access routes.