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A MUST visit if you are on your way to Stirling Castle. It is on the approach road from the town to the castle. Great views from the garden. Just so much history packed into this church. The stained glass windows are on a par...More
We stopped in here on our way up the hill to Stirling Castle. We really enjoyed the church and it's history. This place is recommended. Spend a bit of time in the kirk yard and explore the grave stones, too.
This is an interesting enough little church if you have spare time in Stirling. But if you miss it - you haven’t missed much. The blatantly anti-Catholic propaganda in the church was hugely off-putting. I thought the wars of the reformation were over???
This church has lots of history. Mary Queen of Scots worshipped here. John Knox preached here. James VI of Scotland (who became James I of England) was crowned here. He is the King James who commissioned the Bible in the English language. The stained glass...More
We visted here on the way to Stirling Castle and it was definitely worth the visit. The church has some stunning stain glass windows and is full of information on the history of the building. Staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. The cemetery is also...More
I must say I thought this to be church not to be missed in Stirling, there is some great history to the church and plenty of information boards on the history . There are site layouts available and these were excellent . The custodians are...More