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Why come to Stirling


STV Production -
Scotland's Towns by STV

Neil Oliver, Visit Scotland video about Scotland
historian Neil Oliver video for Visit Scotland. (YouTube Embed code open for free use by any third part)

Historic Scotland video about Stirling Castle
Stirling Castle, The Stewart Dynasty

Meet the Stirling Provost

video about stirling old town

Stirling Old Town video

Heritage Centre
Blair Drummond Safari
Callandar House
Glengoulandie Park
Kilmahog Woolen Mill
Mill Trail
The Old Arcade
The Old Town Jail
Plean Country Park
Rob Roy Visitor Centre
Scottish Wool Centre
The Smith Gallery
Stirling Castle
The Wallace Monument
SS Sir Walter Scott


Historian, Neil Oliver, explains why you should visit Scotland, and focuses on Stirling (2012). Video produced for Visit Scotland.

Stirling has many attractions for visitors. Click on the links on the right to read more.


helicopter flights over Stirling Castle, National Wallace Monument, Loch Lomond and much more. This is a great opportunity to have a bird's eye view of the historic city of Stirling and the superb countryside around it. SEE VIDEO

Briarlands Farm
Briarlands Farm, Blairdrummond

This is a great day out for all the family, catering for adults and children of all ages. 2 new videos made in July 2012, featuring a video testimonial from one of their season ticket holders.

Barbara Davidson Pottery
Barbara Davidson Pottery near Stirling
Visit the exclusive Barbara Davidson Pottery - with the world-wide reputation for hand-thrown pottery, in the tranquil setting of the picturesque 18th century buildings of Muirhall Farm.
STAR FLYER, helicopter tours.
Star Flyer helicopter tours of Stirling and theTrossachs

Why not treat yourself to a helicopter flight over Stirling Castle, National Wallace Monument, Loch Lomond and many more areas covering the whole of Scotland. Special flights can be arranged for airport transfer too.
Absolutely Scotland
absolutely scotland for all outdoor activities from clay pigeon shooting, archery, quad biking and much more
Enjoy the great Scottish Outdoors with activities are built around various facilities - from quad bike treks to four x four action, clay pigeon shoots and target shoots to archery and falconry. The more traditional countryside pursuits (fishing on lochs/lakes and rivers, deer hunting and stalking, game birds, waterfowling and rough shooting) are also on offer. Stag and Hen Parties can also be catered for.
Tullibardine Whisky Distillery. 
Tullibardine Whisky Distillery, Blackford near Stirling

Tullibardine, Scotland's most accessible Malt Whisky Distillery is located on the A9 between Stirling and Perth, incorporating the 1488 Visitor Centre, Shop & Cafe. Just 15 minutes from Stirling.
Drumbrae Riding Centre
Drumbrae Riding Centre Bridge of Allan
The Drumbrae Riding Centre is located in upper Bridge of Allan, a couple of miles from Stirling, with outstanding panoramic views over the area. Staff are on hand to provide excellent qualified tuition for riders of all ages and abilities.
Stirling Castle
Stirling Castle is a large local visitor attraction

Stirling has a wide range of visitor attractions to offer. It has a rich heritage, including some of Scotland's most important historical sites. Landmarks include the famous Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle and the Bannockburn Heritage Centre.

National Wallace Monument
View from Stirling Bridge to The National Wallace Monument in winter
View from Stirling Bridge to The National Wallace Monument in winter with a view of the Ochil Hills in the background.

Scottish Tours & Guiding Services

scottish tours and guiding services
Contact: Mike Furlong

Hillfoots Nurseries & Golf Driving Range.
Hillfoots Garden Centre and Golf Driving Range
This is a perfect relaxing day out to suit different tastes.
Whilst one of you is wondering through the garden centre, the other is improving on the all important golf swing.