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If you are looking at What to do in Stirling you will not be disappointed especially if you are interested in events that played a major part in Scotland's history.
There is a great choice of Things to Do in Stirling and the Forth Valley area with nationally important visitor attractions particularly around the Scottish Wars of Independence in the early 1300s. Up to recent times Stirling was the lowest crossing point on the River Forth, with Stirling Castle standing guard over the crossing point.
Your Stirling what to do list must include a visit to the monument of Scotland's National hero William Wallace that inspired the Hollywood block buster, Brave Heart starring Mel Gibson. There is also Stirling Castle with its magnificently reconstructed Royal rooms which is highly recommended.
We would recommend that you take your time your time to compile your Stirling What to do list choosing the things to do in Stirling, by adding each to your trip planner which includes its location and directions if required via Google maps.
Situated amidst magnificent park and woodland, Callendar House tells stories spanning 600 years of Scottish history...View Details
Follow the footsteps to take you on a short trail covering the town’s early history, and the places that influenced Robert Louis StevensonView Details
Let the local guides take you on a journey through the curious nooks and crannies of the Burgh revealing some of Stirling's strangest tales. ExcellentView Details
Deanston Distillery 8 miles from Stirling, rests in the bank of the River Teith, with the stunning Trossachs countryside and Ben Ledi close by...View Details
Here we have put together a short trail with the assistance of the Dunblane Local History Society with special thanks to Janice Ainsley.View Details
Glenturret is the home to The Famous Grouse Experience – a unique, interactive whisky experience – and spiritual home of the brand. Now an award winning five–star visitor attraction, with distillery tours, fantastic dining options and whisky nosing and tasting classes, it is the perfect day out.View Details
There's more than ever to see and do at Stirling Castle with the newly refurbished Argyll Lodgings and many other impressive buildings to explore.View Details
Invent Scottish Tours want to take you on a journey of History and Tales from Edinburgh to the Glens. Whether it’s a scenic tour or a tour with history, myths and legends that interests you, we've got it. Let us amaze and entertain you with our knowledge on this beautiful Country that we share.View Details
At Allanwater Brewhouse we give you the chance to see - and taste - the craft of brewing in action, at our modern visitor centre...View Details
The Church of the Holy Rude is one of the finest medieval buildings in Scotland, its construction dating back to the early 15th century...View Details
The site of Scotland's great victory. Robert the Bruce defeated the army of Edward II in 1314. The greatest step in Scotland's battle for independenceView Details
Stirling’s famous landmark where visitors discover the life and legacy of the patriot and martyr Sir William Wallace. See Wallace's legendary battle-sword and enjoy panoramic views from the Crown.View Details
Dating back to the 15thC it was the ancestral home of the Earls of Mar & was extensively altered in the early 18thC by the 6th Earl of Mar...View Details
View the grandeur of the Guildhall or enjoy the sunshine beside one of Scotland's oldest bowling greens...View Details
Set up in 1988, it occupies two floors of an early 19th century woollen mill and presents many interesting artefacts from the local area.View Details
Dunblane Cathedral, built upon a Christian site first established by Saint Blane around the year 600, is one of the few surviving medieval churches...View Details
One of Scotland's most intriguing architectural wonders is the beautifully built Pineapple built in 1761 as a folly and used as a garden retreat.View Details
The Royal Burgh of Culross was a thriving community in the 16th and 17th C with mines, iron works and salt panning...View Details
The grand picture palace, AKA The Hippodrome is open 6 days a week screening the best major new releases. A rare example of pre art-deco architecture.View Details
You haven't seen Stirling until you have seen 'The Smith' - It's the soul of Stirling...View Details