A Battle Won

27th May 2017 - 28th May 2017

Special Event

Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th May

Watch as costumed actors bring to life the main events of William Wallace and Andrew de Moray’s victory in 1297 at The Battle of Stirling Bridge.

Meet important figures from the battle and find out more about this historic day in Scotland’s past, when Wallace and de Moray faced King Edward I’s army.

From their arrival in Stirling – the gateway to the Highlands – to the dramatic final scenes, this performance is an exciting way to learn more about The Scottish Wars of Independence.

Performances at:

11:15am, 12:00pm, 12:45pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:15pm and 4:00pm

Gruesome Games

Test your bravery with our NEW gruesome games for modern day warriors:

  • Storm the Castle – Grab your cannonballs and take aim at the castle’s walls.
  • Knock the Knight – You’re under attack! Use the bow and arrows to fight the enemy knight.
  • Hook the Eyeball – Not for the faint hearted, use the rod to try to hook the eyeballs.
  • Toss the Body Part – A gory twist on the traditional bean bag toss, toss the body part into the holes of the other team’s skeleton.

Please note:

Performances and games which are scheduled to take place in the open areas surrounding the Monument may be rescheduled (or cancelled) in the event of inclement weather.

Visit the Monument

After watching the performance climb the Monument to discover more about the life and legacy of the patriot and martyr Sir William Wallace and look out over the battlefield from The Crown.