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Top 18 places to see in Stirling

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Edinburgh
(27km)

Stirling Castle Full review
avatarpicture aidenbearman THE BEST REVIEW
Astonishing Place : Stirling castle is a very wonderful place to visit. It definitely can enrich and broaden your knowledge of history. There are so many beautiful spots to take pictures. Additionally, the garden is very pretty with various flowers blooming in summer. It smells very good and you can enjoy your leisure time there.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Regimental Museum Full review
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Historic Museum: This regimental museum narrates the history of 91st Argyllshire Highlanders and the 93rd Sutherland Highlanders and has many memorabilia including paintings, medals, silver, uniform and documents. The museum is an interesting place to visit and learn about the lives of the officers, soldiers and their families.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Doune Castle Full review
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Interesting Castle : Was cold but still had a good time, was good listening to the commentary as you went round, and the extra snippets about monty python was good. Well worth the visit, will go back again once weather is warmer. Great place!
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
The National Wallace Monument Full review
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"Something where you can touch and feel history"!: This mighty tower is one of Sterling's most famous landmarks and built in the memory of the Guardian of Scotland, Sir William Wallace-Scottish National Hero and Martyr. The 145-years-old tower has a stunning architecture with intricately carved sculptures. It is a fascinating sight to behold and a must visit in Edinburg.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Old Stirling Bridge Full review
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avatarpicture joedalton THE BEST REVIEW
Historic Bridge : Amazing craftsmanship. Great views of the river. There's so much to see in Stirling with the castle and the Wallace Monument but the Stirling Bridge shouldn't be overlooked. Not the original bridge destroyed in the battle it is however right next to where the battle took place.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Stirling Old Town Jail Full review

Guidebooks    Rate 3 star
Dunblane Cathedral Full review
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A Gem Of Place : An absolutely beautiful peaceful place to visit. For thought and prayer. Must hear the organ being played here too. Fills the air with love. Also the dunblane handbell ringers play here as well something a little different to listen to . But we'll worth it in this magnificent cathedral full of history.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
The Battle of Bannockb...
Rate 3 stars
Stirling
(25km)

Falls Of Dochart, Killin. Full review
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Enthralling experience: The spectacular falls of Dochart is a wonderful sight to behold. To stand barefooted while the rushing stream of water flows past the feet sprinkling the face with the misty droplets is a fascinating experience. At the Breadalbane Folklore Centre, one can learn about the history of the area.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Ben More
Travel picture of Ben More Ben More is a mountain in the southern Highlands of Scotland, near Crianlari...
Rate 3 stars
Loch Earn
Travel picture of Loch Earn Loch Earn is a freshwater loch in the central highlands of Scotland, in the ...
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Rob Roy's Grave
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Moirlanich Longhouse
Travel picture of Moirlanich Longhouse Moirlanich Longhouse is a rare example of a cruck frame Scottish cottage. It ...
Rate 3 stars
Stirling

Inchmahome Priory Full review
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avatarpicture samantharide THE BEST REVIEW
Beautiful Island : One of the best places to visit in Scotland. There is limited parking off road. then a boat will take up to 10 people across. Dogs are welcome but on the lead only. There are toilets on the island. Most people go walk round once and then head for Loch Lomond, however it is a great place for a picnic.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Queen Elizabeth Forest Park Full review
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So much for every one-Amazing!: Shrouded in the grassy hills, the walking trails of the forest park are a walker's delight. The fascinating spectacle of the legendary Loch Lomond, wooded hills and rugged mountains is wonderfully enriching and refreshing. Riding on the horse's back to enjoy the company of wonderful wildlife is an amazing experience
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Loch Katrine
Travel picture of Loch Katrine Loch Katrine is a freshwater loch and scenic attraction in the Trossachs are...
Rate 3 stars
The Scottish Wool Centre
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Bracklinn Falls Car Park
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