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Welcome to Stirling, Scotland’s beating heart.
Want to know what’s on in Stirling? Where to eat? Where to have fun? Where to have a taste of Scotland’s exciting history? Where to immerse yourself in modern Scottish culture and sport? Where to find the ghosts? Meet the people? Welcome to your one-stop shop for news and views on exploring, experiencing and enjoying Scotland in its special central city.
Stirling is a great base for short trips and historical stop-overs in Scotland. The characterful small town, the capital in a bygone era, is surrounded by interesting walking trails and unspoilt scenic spots. You can explore old battlegrounds, swim in crystal clear springs, build forts in medieval forests and find whisky distilleries and golf courses along the way.
Retrace the steps of the Highland Clans as they readied for battle at Sheriffmuir, Stirling. Stumble upon their gathering stone, enjoy the forests and the outlook across central Scotland.
Must do! Curling is a fun team sport for players at all levels and physical abilities.
Imagine a place so silent all you can hear are bubbling burns making their way through moss-covered trees that once sheltered warring clansmen
Barely seconds after we had stopped to take a close look from the comfort of our car, the lions started mating enthusiastically
Amazing opportunity to build dens with top engineers.
Can you help Go Forth Stirling name the Stirling Land Train? If you are age 12 or under, your name could get you and your family a free trip and a fun day out! The child who nominates the winning name gets a family fun day out in Stirling and those who make the shortlistContinue reading “Free ride on Stirling land train – in one easy step”
This elderly American gentleman, believed to be a descendant of Robert the Bruce, is probably the closest you get to Scottish Royalty.
Whether you are getting lost in western country tracks or mesmerised by the inspirational tales of daredevil Sasha DiGiulian – it’s going to be a night to remember at The Albert Halls, Stirling.
Not a lot in life is free, but here in Stirling there’s lots to keep your children engaged and excited. For starters this year, there’s a wonderful monthly session at the Engine Shed – you know, the fancy shed near our favourite cinema and peri-peri chicken restaurant. The heritage experts are on the look-out forContinue reading “Free fun for kids: Traditional sign-writing, boat-building”
Song and dance: Loads of great music coming up @tolbooth in 2020. Check out the line up from Feb to June.
Famous Grouse, a whisky made near Stirling, is the secret of longevity for 112-year-old British woman.
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