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Dominating the skyline for miles around, Stirling Castle is a shining example of Renaissance architecture. Visitors can look out from its high stone walls to the battlefields of Stirling Bridge where great medieval armies clashed to decide the fate...more
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Castle Esplanade | Upper Castle Hill, Old Town, Stirling FK8 1EJ, Scotland
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During a short break in Edinburgh we decided to take a trip out to Stirling. Although we have visited before,there always seems to be something new. We joined a tour conducted by RUSSELL. He was very friendly and knowledgeable. Although the group was rather large...More
First time visiting the Castle which is set high on a hill. We drove up a narrow winding road to the castle car park, it was full, but we managed to find a space. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The clerk in the...More
Magnificent revival are the words that spring to mind when considering this castle. We had a guided tour by Frank who was obviously passionate about his subject and was quite the thespian at times. Certainly brought things alive for us.
A must see when in...More
Haven’t been to this castle for over 30 years, still a great place for for a day out, great if you read a bit about its history before you visit, then let your imagination do the rest once you are there.
We enjoyed a snowy cold day exploring Stirling Castle for the first time. Great panoramic views. Hands on activities for the children. Warm cafe. Friendly and helpful staff. Reasonable entrance fee. Not too busy. Fascinating history. Would love to go back and explore the parts...More
We visited the castle with friends,we throughly enjoyed it lots to see very interesting,the staff were very friendly and helpful great views o and the food and coffee were very very nice worth a visit xx👍
really interesting castle
plenty to see the guides really know there stuff
beautiful reproduced tapestry's, anyone interested in Scottish history should pay a visit. a morning is not really enough time to see everything.
nice café ,not to bad prices.
was quiet at our visit...More