Stirling offers some of the most varied attractions you will find anywhere in Scotland. From the ever popular Blair Drummond Safari Park to the historically important site of the Battle of Bannockburn. If you are looking for things to do whilst in Stirling or the surrounding areas then look no further, we’ve got it all here.
We have highlighted some of the best attractions in and around Stirling for your convenience.
One of the most architectural wonders of Scotland is the beautifully built Pineapple in the garden of Dunmore House, near Falkirk. It was built as a folly in 1761 by an unknown Architect. To find out more, click READ MOREAddress:The Pineapple Near Airth Falkirk FK2 8LU
Allan Water Brewery
Come and meet the brewer, learn the secrets of preparing traditionally crafted ales, and see for yourself the care and skill that goes into making a fine hand-brewed Scottish pint, using 100% natural ingredients. To find out more, click READ MOREAddress:The Brewhouse Queens Lane Bridge of Allan FK9 4NY
Tel:01786 834 555
Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway Museum
The Scottish Railway Preservation Society operates the Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway, which has been developed since 1979 on a green-field site by the south shore of the Firth of Forth. Several historic buildings have been obtained and re-erected to provide a traditional railway setting. Bo'ness station opened in 1981. To find out more, click READ MOREAddress:Bo'ness Station Union St Bo'ness EH51 9AQ
Tel:01506 822 298
The Famous Grouse Experience
Steeped in 240 years of history, Glenturret Distillery is the oldest working distillery in Scotland, and still a thriving business today with an average of 80,000 visitors every year. Established in 1775 as a single malt distillery by John and Hugh Drummond, Glenturret was the first of several distilleries drawn towards the soft and pure waters of Turret Burn in the Perthshire countryside. To find out more, click READ MOREAddress:Glenturret Distillery The Hosh CRIEFF PH7 4HA
The A-listed building, brainchild of film-maker Louis Dickson and designed by local architect Matthew Steele, was opened on 11 March 1912, is a rare example of pre-art deco cinema architecture, and Scotland's oldest purpose-built picture house. To find out more, click READ MOREAddress:10 Hope Street Bo'ness EH51 0AA
Tel:01324 506 850