Cumbernauld (/ˌkʌmbərˈnɔːld/; Scots: Cummernaud /ˌkʌmərˈnɔːd/; Scottish Gaelic: Comar nan Allt) is a town in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is the ninth most-populous locality in Scotland, despite only being designated as the site for a New Town on 9 December 1955. The area allocated was 4,150 acres (1,680 ha) lying between and incorporating the existing villages of Condorrat and Cumbernauld. The first new housing became available in 1958. An additional 3,638 acres (1,472 ha) was added to the designated town area on 19 March 1973 to accommodate a revised target population of 70,000. As of the UK census in 2011, the population of Cumbernauld was approximately 52,000.
Restaurants in Cumbernauld
5 based on 506 reviews
We are Scotland's largest birds of prey centre. There are over 70 birds to see and fantastic flying displays every day. Our birds include eagles, falcons, owls, hawks, vultures and parrots. We are open from 10am till 5pm and the displays are at 12 noon and 3pm daily. The centre is open 7 days a week all year round. We do experiences where you can handle and fly the birds (booking required). Come and sample our home cooking at The Cabin Cafe.
My girlfriend and me went here today through a Groupon voucher. The park was amazing! The birds where beautiful and it was awesome to see them fly, even a wee sneeky view of ana the Andean condor who was magnificent! The staff where so knowledgeable that you couldn't help but share their passion! And who knew vultures were so cool!
3.5 based on 141 reviews
Adventure Planet is one of Scotland's largest indoor soft play centres. We are open seven days a week where we welcome your little space travellers without any reservation from 10am-6pm Sunday-Thursday and 10am-7pm Friday & Saturday. Entry to the space centre gives your space explorers access our massive multi-levelled play areas, which are fully supervised by our Space Rangers and are equipped with Astro Belts, Time Tunnels, Meteor Pools, Space Bridges, The Comet Catcher, Shooting Stars and much much more. Adventure Planet provides for a spectacular day out for your little space troopers so make your way to Adventure Planet now for unrivalled fun and excitement.
My husband and I took my grandaughter who is aged one and a half. She loved running about and was in the ball pits. She went over to the bigger play area and my husband and I went in with her. She went down the...MoreThank you so much for your review Shirley, we hope to see you and your family again soon.
4 based on 25 reviews
Another great meal from this place. Have been here a few times but time to leave a review.
I had a rump steak done med/rare. It was one of the best steaks I have had out of a restaurant. I was done to perfection, very juicy and tasty. The other three meals were also spot on. Hunters chicken and penne pasta along with the nachos all hit the spot.
For desert the chocolate brownie went down a treat along with a very good apple and blueberry crumble with custard. Full to the brim and a very reasonable cost.
A place to try if you are looking to try somewhere different. Screens all around with sports on and also an beer garden with cover if needed.
I will be back soon for another steak!
5 based on 13 reviews
Activity business doing off road Karting, archery, zorbing, airsoft, zorb football, nerf wars, mini Highland games..... Please check age restrictions for some activities and heigh and weight restrictions for zorbing. We are a glamping buisness too doing weddings as well.
We received a voucher for two for Zorbing and were both excited and terrified to do it. Eventually we booked it online which was an easy process and then turned up at the location. We walked up the hill following our ball and then climbed...MoreBrilliant- thank you ?
3.5 based on 117 reviews
Palacerigg used to be a great place to take the kids when it actually had animals, when we went on Tuesday it is so different really went down hill, there are goats, rabbits Guinea pigs, goats & more goats. We tried to purchase food but were told there was none left! The cafe is extremely overpriced and one of the ladies that work in the kitchen needs a personality transplant she was exceptionally rude to me in front of my daughter. Would absolutely not recommend visiting here.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Thousands of people come to Cumbernauld Theatre each year to see wonderful shows, to enjoy a great night out, to celebrate, to join in, to be entertained, to discuss (and occasionally to enjoy a good argument!), to share a night with friends, to enjoy a good conversation, to be part of your community. Our Theatre rightly has a national reputation for excellence and innovation matched with a commitment to our community. Right now, we’re starting the process of building a partnership of consensus to establish Cumbernauld Theatre as the premiere central belt theatre in Scotland.
Cumbernauld theatre is situated in old cottages which to me is the main feature of the venue. I love old style buildings
it is a great venue, especially for panto as the Seating is perfect for those with young children as it surrounds the stage and is tiered (comfy too) we are going back again soon
4 based on 10 reviews
Cumbernauld House Park has amazing views and is very animal friendly. Very popular with dog walkers and families looking for green space.
Cumbernauld house itself is gorgeous.
The local charity is looking to do as much to make the part as accessible as they can and its starting to pay off.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Another great day at Dullatur golf club. Recommended for functions and family get togethers. Booked for early dinner in the lounge for birthday bash. Staff were great, the two waitresses made the event run smoothly. Good selection from the menu suited everyone. Decent no fuss food went down a treat with a few wines. Thanks again to staff and the manager. Don't engage with the old members in the bar area as they love to talk. Fantastic pleasant day. Thanks again
4.5 based on 4 reviews
This stadium is the home ground of Clyde FC as well as Cumbernauld Colts. The Wee Bully started playing here in 1994 following eight years of ground-sharing, having moved out from their long-term home in Rutherglen in 1986. The Broadwood stadium has a capacity of just over 8,000 and features a 3G pitch. If you like collecting Scottish football grounds, then this will be of interest.
3 based on 9 reviews
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