Directions to The Monument
Travelling to The Monument
The National Wallace Monument is located just outside Stirling – and is signposted from the City Centre, from Bridge of Allan, and from the M80, M9, and A91.
Free Car Parking is provided for visitors at The National Wallace Monument.
Regular services to Stirling are operated by ScotRail* from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth and Dundee, with connections to services across all of Scotland. ¬†Click here for further information on ScotRail services.
Virgin Trains provides direct trains between London and Stirling during the week.
*The National Wallace Monument is part of ScotRail’s Kids Go Free offer, for more information on how to get a ticket click here.
Hop-on Hop-off City¬†Bus
The Hop-on Hop-off City Bus (service 1314) is the quick and easy way to travel to some of Stirling’s top attractions over summer. The daily service runs from¬†Monday 3 July to Sunday 10 September 2017.
Local bus services
The Monument is served by regular local bus services, departing from Stirling Bus Station (less than 5 minutes from the Railway Station). ¬†Services 62A and 63A (operated by First, with departures every 20 minutes during the day) stop outside the Monument.
First Bus Service X39 operates regularly from Glasgow to/from the Monument Car Park, via Cumbernauld, Denny, and the University of Stirling.
More information on these services is available from the¬†First Bus website.
The MA3 service (operated by Mackie’s Coaches, Alloa) also serves the Monument.
Taxis are available from the rank at the entrance to Stirling Railway Station.
It takes just under 1 hour to walk from Stirling Train Station. There is the option to go through Stirling and Causewayhead, crossing the Old Stirling Bridge, or via Riverside and¬†Cambuskenneth where you can see the Cambuskenneth Abbey.