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Stirling Town Centre


Stirling is a city where history comes to life. Known as Scotland’s Heritage Capital, arguably its most famous attraction is the Wallace Monument, which commemorates the 13th century warrior William Wallace.

Explore Stirling Castle, one of Scotland’s most iconic landmarks, perched atop Castle Hill and offering panoramic views of the city and the surrounding countryside.

Step back in time at the Battle of Bannockburn Centre, where you can relive the famous battle of 1314 through exhibitions, interactive displays and guided tours.

Landmarks and Attractions

Stirling Castle

One of Scotland’s most iconic and historically significant landmarks. Perched upon Castle Hill, Stirling Castle has a rich history spanning centuries of royal intrigue and battles.

Wallace Monument

The Wallace Monument, situated on Abbey Craig near Stirling, commemorates the legendary Scottish hero Sir William Wallace, who fought for Scotland’s independence in the 13th century.

Blair Drummond Safari Park

A family friendly wildlife attraction near Stirling, offering visitors the chance to embark on safari adventures and encounter exotic animals from around the world.