One of the most impressive Scottish castles in the region,
Stirling Castle has a famous history of clashes between British
troops and Scottish revolutionaries. Its bridge is the site of one
of William Wallace's major victories, and the field of Bannockburn
was the venue for the triumph of Robert the Bruce. Stirling Castle
was also the home of Mary Queen of Scots. The castle offers tours,
and the views of the surrounding countryside, including the famous
Wallace Monument, are spectacular.
Address: Castle Wynd, Stirling Website: www.stirlingcastle.gov.uk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: +44 (0)1786 431 Opening Time: Open daily, from 9.30am to 6pm (1 April to 30
September); and from 9.30am to 5pm (1 October to 31 March). Last
admission is always 45 minutes before the closing
time Admission: £13 (adults), £6.50 (children 5-15)
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