The Hall of Arms

The stakes could not be any higher as the forces of William Wallace and Andrew de Moray face the army of King Edward I across the River Forth.

In this gallery, the story is told of how the Battle of Stirling Bridge was fought and won, with an illuminated map showing exactly where the events of 11th September 1297 took place, whilst Wallace and de Moray are depicted in a film, discussing the aftermath of the conflict, and what it means for Scotland.

Before you visit you can find out more about Wallace’s life here

Once inside The Hall of Arms you will discover more about Wallace’s early years and what happened following the victory of the Battle of Stirling Bridge.

Visitors can also see the medieval armour and weaponry used by both armies, such as the heavy chain mail shirts and arrow shafts.

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