Visit Stirling

Make the most of your time in Scotland by extending your stay in Stirling; a cultural and historical hub with some amazing attractions. Keep reading to learn about the top attractions and discounted rates at major tourist destinations.

Stirling Castle

Located within a short walk of the Conference venue is the impressive Stirling Castle. Throughout its lifetime Stirling Castle has acted as a fortress and a royal residence giving it a history rich in military battles, plotting and intrigue. Once in the castle grounds you can visit the Chapel Royal and the Regimental Museum. You can also stroll up to castle’s rocky eyrie for specular views of beautiful Stirlingshire countryside.

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Argyll’s Lodging

A little beyond the castle walls stands the 17th century Argyll’s Lodging, finest townhouse of its kind in Scotland. Created as the home of a nobleman in the Royal Court, this remarkable building boasts grand rooms, exquisite artwork and fine period furniture as well as evocative recreated kitchens.

The Church of the Holy Rude

A short journey from the castle is another jewel in the city’s crown: The Church of the Holy Rude. Founded in the 12th century, the Church commands a splendid location on the city’s highest hill. This striking church was the setting for the coronation of James VI in 1567, in a ceremony performed by revolutionary theologian John Knox. Visit the church to tread in the footsteps of some of the key figures in Scotland’s History.

Battle of Bannockburn Experience

Immerse yourself in Scotland’s military history with the Battle of Bannockburn Experience. Thanks to advanced 3D technology you’ll feel you’re in the thick of medieval combat on the momentous day when king fought king and Robert the Bruce changed the course of Scottish history.

National Wallace Monument

Complete your experience of the First War of Scottish Independence with a visit to National Wallace Monument. Climb the tower, built to honour the Scottish hero William Wallace, for some of the best views in Stirling. While there make time to visit the Hall of Heroes and view the iconic Wallace Sword!

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Buy a Stirling City Pass to save on the top attractions.

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