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Tourism & Visitors
Places to Visit
Places to Visit
The Back Walk
Scotland's finest surviving renaissance mansion.
Bannockburn Heritage Centre
Experience the atmosphere of Scotland’s most famous battle –
Black Boy Fountain
The fountain which sits in the Allan park area of Stirling and is a very well-known and much-loved local landmark.
Originally known as the Abbey of St Mary or the Abbey of Stirling.
Originally known as Cowane's Hospital, it was built beside the Church of the Holy Rude between 1637and 1649.
Built for the Regent Albany, Doune Castle is a magnificent late 14th century courtyard castle.
Ladies' Rock, Star Pyramid and the Valley
Wander around the atmospheric Holy Rude graveyard and you will see headstones which are hundreds of years old.
Located at the top of Broad Street, on the Castle Wynd, just down from Argyll's Lodging.
Many important events from Scotland's past took place at Stirling Castle.
Towns & Villages
If the historic town of Stirling is not enough to satisfy your urge to discover sights that are beautiful, inspirational and unique, then explore the outlying areas.
Stirling Old Town Jail
Visit the jail for a journey through the grim and gruesome history of Crime and Punishment in the Royal Burgh.
The Old Bridge
This bridge was built over 500 years by Murdoch, Duke of Albany, who was executed on the Beheading Stone.
The Smith Art Gallery and Museum
Stirling Crawford Arcade
Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park
Accommodation in Stirling
Stirling Map - Places to Visit