Originally a Stone Age settlement, historically the Gateway to the Highlands, Stirling, the brooch that clasps the highlands and lowlands of Scotland is often quoted as “he who holds Stirling, holds Scotland"!
Stop over one of Scotland’s oldest 4-storey red sandstone tower and walk among the finest choir stalls dating back to the 1400s.
Falls of Falloch
A short and easy excursion will lead you to a hidden gorgeous torrent merging into an enchanting pool!
One of the largest castles in Scotland, famed for being featured in ‘Braveheart’, this is an ultimate mix of history and royalty!
The National Wallace Monument
John Thomas Rochead competed with 106 designers to build the country’s most iconic structure!
Stirling Old Town Jail
Touring a prison is indeed interesting! With so many intriguing elements, the jail offers a 360-degree view of the Stirling town.
The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum
To celebrate the history of the city, visit this one and only free tourist attraction of Stirling!
Take a tour of this famed castle that has featured in several films and get dressed up in a period costume to experience the medieval vibe!
If you have a sweet tooth, try the Whiskey and Chocolate Tour but consider age restrictions as there is some serious sampling done!
The Sruighlea Festival
If you are there in summer, catch up with this festival! It offers a Foodie Fest, Music Concerts, Highland Games, Cycling, Athletics, Highland Dancing and much more.