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Meeting Point: outside Stirling VisitScotland iCentre
stirling old town tour
It’s said that “he who holds Stirling, holds Scotland” and it’s easy to see why. The city of Robert the Bruce, the home of kings and queens alike, and the gateway to the highlands, this alluring city is so much more than a castle on a hill.
Discover the old town of Stirling on this 1.5 hour tour. Walk in the footsteps of Mary Queen of Scots, William Wallace and Robert the Bruce whilst you hear the tales of battles, kings and queens who shaped Stirling, and Scotland into the place it is today. Learn about executions, marketplaces and grave robbers as well as modern life in this bustling city.
Key sights include:
The Church of the Holy Rude
Old Town Jail
and many more hidden gems too!
Available every day at 11:00am. Minimum 2/maximum according to government guidance. Advance booking is essential.
From Monday 14th September groups will be limited to 6 people from 2 households. If a tour is fully booked, please get in touch and we can arrange another guide.
Social distancing rules will apply throughout the tour. You will have no physical contact with the guide or others and enter no buildings during the tour. If spaces we walk are busy, we will find an alternative, safer route.
If you are at risk or show any symptoms of coronavirus, please do not come on the tour.
Flexible rebooking dates policy.