Stirling is a Scotland's smallest city and former ancient burgh in Scotland. Also known as the "Gateway to the Highlands" it is a great place to stay as it boasts to being only 1hr 30 mins from 85% of Scotland's population.
It is steepend in history with Stirling Castle, Bannockburn Heritage Centre and the Wallace Monument to visit and has many quality restaurants, pubs and cafes dotted throughout the city for you to enjoy.
There are many other things to see and do including the Smith Art gallery, macrobert Arts Centre, the cinema or a walk around the University of Stirling campus, recognised as one of the most beautiful in the world.
There is an abundance of leading shops in the Thistle Marches or try a local boutique shopping experience in the Stirling Arcade. If you are looking for a lively nightlife then there are a few nightlcubs to choose from as well. (Improve this description or add photos)
29th Apr 2017
until 30th Apr 2017
11:15am; 12:00pm; 12:45pm; 1:30pm; 2:30pm; 3:15pm; 4:00pm (All Dates)
The Battle of Stirling Bridge is over – and a soldier, abandoned and left for dead, makes his way into the woods. Lost and disoriented, he meets another fighter – then discovers he is on the enemy’s s... read more
29th Apr 2017
A tribute to Patsy Cline, Hank Williams and Jim Reeves. Sue Lowry will take you back to those Honky Tonk days of pure Country Music with songs including She's Got You, Sweet Dreams, I fall to Pieces ... read more
1st May 2017
11:15am; 12:00pm; 12:45pm; 1:30pm; 2:30pm; 3:15pm; 4:00pm (Apr. – Sept.) 11:15am; 12:00pm; 12:45pm; 1:30pm; 2:30pm; 3:15pm (Feb.)
How did William Wallace become Scotland’s first National Hero? And how has he been remembered over the years? Find out when William Wallace meets the Caretaker of the Monument built in his honour.
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