The National Wallace Monument
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It has stunning view on Stirling from above. It's also a part of Scottish national heritage and like in case of every old construction it comes with a story.
The Wallace Monument is a world-famous landmark, built in a stunning location to honour William Wallace. With 246 steps to the top, this building boasts the best views Stirling has to offer. If you don't fancy paying, the views from the bottom of the monument are still extraordinary and well worth…
Fantastic monument with super views once you get to the top. It’s amazing! Recently upgraded there are three rooms to discover and give you a rest whilst climbing the long winding staircase.
A beautiful monument built to commemorate Sir William Wallace( Braveheart) close to Stirling castle and city centre.
A national hero - a national landmark. For 150 years The National Wallace Monument has been standing proudly on The Abbey Craig, outside the historic city of Stirling.
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“Stirling Castle is rich with history and has brilliant architecture. You can visit the Castle and get a complimentary guided tour. The view of Stirling Castle from 11 Chandlers court is simply stunning day or night.”
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“This is the hill you can see behind the Wallace monument. A good 2 or 3 hour walk from Logie Kirk or the university. Or try to beat the neighbor's record of 1.5 hours from the flat, there and back if you can!”
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“Visit one of Scotland's top attractions for an incredible family day out. See giraffes, lions, elephants, tigers and meerkats. Take your chances with the cheeky monkeys in the Park's famous Macaque Drive-thru, walk with free-roaming lemurs in Lemur Land, catch the popular sea lion and bird of prey shows, and take a boat ride to Chimp Island - all included in the price of your entry ticket. Adult ticket (online): £16.50 Adult ticket (on arrival): £17.75”
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“Great day out, learn about the famous Battle of Bannockburn in 1314 and King Robert the Bruce”
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“This is a brilliant place full of great history and interesting things. An education for everyone from children to adults and there is always something new to see. ”
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