A mile to the west of the village are the Five Sisters Shale Bings, a local landmark ( ). The bings rise to a height of 720 feet (220 m), some 230 feet (70 m) above the surrounding area, and are the spoil tips from the oil shale industry that was a feature of the area.
Five Sisters Zoo Park
The Five Sisters Zoo Park () is located on the edge of the village. Which has animals such as a lion and wolves.
Polbeth Harwood Church
Harwood Church was one of two Church of Scotland churches in West Calder. The other was in Polbeth, and the two churches were amalgamated.
Worship in Polbeth took place in what previously had been the Engine House of Shale Pit 26. When mining ceased in the community the Engine House was converted into what is now known as Polbeth Hall. Worship took place here while the new church was being built.
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