A Battle Won (27th and 28th May)
11th May 2017
Visit The National Wallace Monument for an excellent weekend filled with fun and games for all the family.
A Battle Won
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. Regular live actor performances will take you back to one of the most dramatic periods in Scottish history, when Stirling was at the centre of all the action.
11:15am, 12:00pm, 12:45pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:15pm and 4:00pm
Alongside performances of A Battle Won, we will have 4 NEW Gruesome Games for modern day warriors! Kids will love our medieval take on traditional lawn games as they try to Storm the Castle and Knock the Knight. Not for the faint hearted, kids can then Toss the Body Part, a gory twist on the traditional bean bag toss, or Hook the Eyeball.
Visit the Monument
After watching the actor performance and testing your bravery with our new Gruesome Games, climb The National Wallace Monument to discover more about the life and legacy of the patriot and martyr Sir William Wallace. From the Crown at the top of the Monument you will be rewarded with breath-taking views in all directions, including an unbeatable vantage point of the site of the famous Battle of Stirling Bridge.
Tartan Tales at the Macrobert Arts Centre
On Sunday 28th May Children’s Classic Concerts will be bringing their mighty mini-orchestra to Stirling for a musical journey through the swirling mists of Scottish storytelling.
We’re delighted to be running an exclusive offer with the Children’s Classic Concerts performance where we will be offering FREE CHILD ADMISSION to The National Wallace Monument to Tartan Tales ticket holders.
- One free child worth £6.25 for every full paying adult
- Valid from Sunday 28th May to Tuesday 27th Jun 2017
- Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer
- No cash alternatives
- Does not apply to National Wallace Monument admission tickets booked online
Performances and games which are scheduled to take place in the open areas surrounding The National Wallace Monument may be rescheduled (or cancelled) in the event of inclement weather.