Almond Valley - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Millfield, Livingston EH54 7AR, UK
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About Almond Valley
The fields, woods and green spaces of the Almond Valley site extend either side of the river Almond for nearly a mile. At its heart lies the historic buildings of Livingston Mill and the associated Mill Farm. This is home to many friendly farm animals who are always keen to introduce themselves to visitors. Elsewhere on site, there are all manner of unique and imaginative play spaces set among the fields and gardens.
Attractions Near Almond Valley
Eliburn is an area, primarily residential, in Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland. Eliburn is borderd by Deans to the north, Ladywell to the west and Livingston Village to the south. It has play areas for ages 3-18 years, car park, picnic area, woodland walks around the reservoir, 3 football pitches, a kick pitch, pavilion and a path network that joins up with Livingston’s extensive foot/cycle path network
Livingston skatepark is an all concrete park that has existed since the 80s and has recently had a revamp to bring some of the features into the 21st century. It can be found next to the River Almond solely features transitions. It is an example of a free, unsupervised facility which achieved international status. The skatepark was extended during the 1990s with the addition of some smaller bowls. A further extension was added in 2013 adding a fullpipe, pools, square bowl and a new smaller stree
Five Sisters Zoo is a fun all year round great family day out with over 196 species of mammals birds & reptiles. There’s lion's, lemurs and lynx, bears, meerkats and monkeys, parrots and porcupines, bat earred foxes, bunnies, reindeers and raccoons to name but a few, all adding up to an exciting, educational and great value visit for all the family.
Dechmont Law is a hill in Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland. It lies around 700 yards southwest of the village of Dechmont, which provides its name. It is known locally as "Decky Hill" or as "Dechmont Hill". "Deer Hill" is another peak of the same hill, to the northeast of the main peak. It is the highest hill in the Livingston area, and Arthur's Seat and the Pentland Hills can be seen from here, as well as a view down the Almond valley.
Deer Park is a leading Scottish country club, from their championship golf course to the serene and tranquil leisure facilities, a wide range of experiences are on offer here. It was also an attractive wedding venue too. In summary, Deer Park comprises an 18 hole championship golf course, a fantastic restaurant, Tenpin Bowling, relaxing spa and excellent gym facilities.
Linhouse Glen has a mixture of habitats, including heathland, native woodland on steep narrow slopes and species-rich grassland. The grassland provides cover and food for brown hares and birds such as skylark and reed bunting. It offers an easy, disabled walk through woods of about 3 miles over made up red gravel paths.
Where is Almond Valley
Discover More Attractions in West Lothian, Where Almond Valley Is Located
West Lothian is one of the 32 council areas of Scotland, and was one of its historic counties. The county, which was known as Linlithgowshire,was bounded geographically by the Avon to the west and the Almond to the east. The modern council area occupies a larger area than the historic county.