Young visitors to Stirling Castle will be able to learn more about it with a new, interactive section on the Castle’s website; Kids Castle. Fun and educational, it is designed to help children and their families discover more about the iconic landmark before, during and after their visit.
One of Scotland’s noblest medieval churches. The lower part of the tower is Romanesque, but the larger part of the building is of the 13th century.
Visitors to Stirling Castle will be able to experience where one of the most notorious events in Scotland’s history took place this weekend (22nd – 24th February).
The story of one of Scotland’s most famous battles, The Battle of Bannockburn, is to be brought to life at Stirling Castle.
Ahead of the opening of the refurbished Royal Palace accommodation at Stirling Castle on Saturday June 4, Ms Hyslop revealed the new climate-controlled exhibition gallery.
This separately funded initiative, worth approaching £2 million, is closely tied to the wider plans to return the royal lodgings in the palace to their Renaissance magnificence. A total of seven tapestries, each measuring 3.3m by up to 3.8m, are being hand-woven at the castle itself and at the West Dean Tapestry Studio in West Sussex. They tell a tale of the hunt and slaying of a unicorn to obtain its horn, which has magical powers of purification, after which the creature returns to life.