Almond Valley Heritage Centre
This family-friendly attraction in Livingston offers a petting zoo, play areas, and interactive exhibits on local history and wildlife.
Almond Valley Heritage Trust
The centre provides a spacious parking area for visitors arriving by car. Parking is free of charge.
Designated parking spaces are available close to the entrance for visitors with disabilities. These spaces ensure convenient access to the centre.
How to get here
If traveling by car, you can reach Almond Valley Heritage Centre via the following routes:
From the M8 motorway, take the Livingston exit (Junction 3 if coming from the east or Junction 3A if coming from the west). Follow the signs to Almond Valley Heritage Centre.
By public transport
To reach the center using public transport, you can take a bus or train to Livingston and then use a taxi or local bus service to reach Almond Valley Heritage Centre. Check local transportation providers for the most up-to-date routes and schedules.
Cycling enthusiasts can reach the Almond Valley Heritage Centre by bike, enjoying a pleasant ride through the surrounding area. The center is easily accessible via nearby cycling routes, including the Union Canal towpath and local roads. Cyclists can take advantage of bike racks available at the center for secure bicycle parking during their visit.
For those who prefer walking, Almond Valley Heritage Centre is within walking distance from various nearby areas. Visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll along scenic paths, including the Union Canal towpath, to reach the center on foot. The walking routes offer a chance to appreciate the natural beauty of the surroundings and provide a relaxing approach to the heritage center.