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Welcome to The National Wallace Monument

– one of Stirling’s most distinctive landmarks, overlooking the scene of Scotland’s victory at The Battle of Stirling Bridge.

This is a place where history is something you can touch and feel, as you follow the story of Sir William Wallace, patriot, martyr, and Guardian of Scotland.

For over 145 years, this world-famous attraction has fascinated visitors with its exhibits and displays.  Make The National Wallace Monument the high point of your visit to Stirling.

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Tales from the Battlefield

22nd Jul 2017 - 23rd Jul 2017

Travel back in time to one of the most dramatic periods in Scottish History.

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Scotland's National Hero

26th Jul 2017

A presentation by a costumed actor giving an insight into the life of Sir William Wallace.

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Tales from the Battlefield

29th Jul 2017 - 30th Jul 2017

Travel back in time to one of the most dramatic periods in Scottish History.

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Hop-on Hop-off City Bus

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A Battle Won (27th and 28th May)

A Battle Won (27th and 28th May) On the 27th and 28th May visitors will get the chance to re-live the main events of William Wallace and Andrew de Moray’s triumphant victory at The Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297.

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    This was one of the highlights of our trip to Scotland. Worth every stair climbed, stunning panoramic views of Scotland including Stirling castle. Fascinating history and beautiful sights.

    Jessica H - Utah

  • "Excellent venue and cafe"

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    This place gets better and better - wonderful welcome and cafe. Cafe can be used without visiting monument too. The visit is well worth it for history and the views from the top of the monument are second to none.

    Smilingcustomer - Stirling

  • "History coming to life"

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    All I can say about this is go along and see for yourself, you wont be disappointed. Plenty to see and get involved in. I had a great time there and learnt so much more than I already knew.

    Rob D - Winterton

  • "Very informative visit"

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    You have a choice of walking up the track or going in a mini bus, we chose the walk up and down and were not disappointed. Very interesting visit giving the true history of Wallace and the period during which he lived. Amazing view from the top, well worth the climb up the spiral stairway (246 steps).

    Ali M - Ukraine

  • "Breath taking view.....for miles and miles!"

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    Even at the foot of the tower, the view is tremendous but if you can, we recommend taking the 200 odd steps to the top to see right across to the Forth Road bridges. All material within the 3 tower rooms has been pitched at the right level and all ages can gleam a real history about Wallace. Staff all very friendly especially the bus driver! Popped into Legends cafe on the way down. Definitely worth a visit and competitively priced. We'll be back.

    scottishsalmon1058

  • "The most amazing place"

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    I have been visiting the Wallace monument for years and I love it, the walk up the hill is tiring but worth every minute, there is a mini bus if you prefer it, the views before you climb the monument are breathtaking, once inside, there is the history of William Wallace, and climb to the top for amazing views for miles.

    S H - York, United Kingdom

  • "246 Steps to an awesome view!"

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    The history inside the monument is very informative. The 246 step climb is divided by stops at display levels to give you a rest. The view from the top is breath-taking!

    Janice R - Fort Worth, Texas

  • "Must See for History Buffs"

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    Visiting this Monument was very moving for us. Having Scottish heritage and knowing how William Wallace's bravery led to a very important victory in the battle for Scottish independence made this a must see!!

    LovinLifeBigTime - Louisiana

  • "Wedding anniversary"

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    All the emotions from our wedding day came flooding back as soon as we arrived at the monument A beautiful place with beautiful views a special place in our hearts Lots to do and see just absolutely wonderful place to visit the staff are just absolutely fabulous

    William W

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