Saluting the memory of Scotland’s national hero, The National Wallace Monument proudly stands above the wooded slopes of Abbey Craig, looking out over the City of Stirling, The Trossachs and The Forth Valley.
A national landmark and a world-famous symbol of the spirit of freedom, The Monument holds a special place in the hearts of Scottish people everywhere.
Every day, The National Wallace Monument welcomes visitors from across the globe - and now it provides the most spectacular setting for your special event.
The design of the prominent Victorian architect J.T. Rochead, The National Wallace Monument was opened in 1869. A truly distinctive building, it is a 67-metre high stone-built tower, with three galleries and a distinctive crown. It provides a unique venue for a range of different events, including -
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