The Battle of Bannockburn

The Battle of Bannockburn
Glasgow Road
Stirling
Stirling and Falkirk
FK7 0LJ
Scotland

Website

http://www.battleofbannockburn.com/

E-mail

bannockburn@nts.org.uk

Telephone

0844 493 2139

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Come face to face with knights on the battlefield.
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Take your place on the legendary battlefield - 700 years later. Stand face-to-face with fearless medieval warriors. Witness two opposing kings – Robert the Bruce and Edward II – whose tactics in 1314 changed the path of Scotland’s history. Forever.

Harnessing state-of-the-art 3D technology, visitors can experience medieval combat like never before to learn about this crucial event in Scottish history.

Booking is essential to guarantee entry.

Venue Type:

Heritage site

Opening hours

Exhibition, shop and cafe
March to October: 10am to 5.30pm (last entry to the exhibition at 4.15pm)
November to February: 10am to 5pm (last entry to the exhibition 3.45pm)
Closed on 25, 26 December and 1, 2 January

Admission charges

Adult: £11.00
Concessions: £8.00
Child: £8.00
Family (2 adults + 4 Children): £30.00
Single Adult Family (1 adult + 4 children): £25.00
Group bookings on request

Discounts

  • National Trust
Getting there

By road: From the M9: leave at J9-Stirling Services, Follow the A872 for approx 1 mile, visitor centre on left on the brow of the hill. From the centre of Stirling, head towards the M9 signposted Glasgow-Edinburgh- Services, approxx 3 miles from the centre of Stirling.

By Bus: Nos 24, X39, 54 all take you past the Visitor Centre.

Collection details

Archaeology, Weapons and War

Key artists and exhibits

  • The Centre contains an exhibition on the period of the battle, and an audio-visual presentation.

Getting there

By road: From the M9: leave at J9-Stirling Services, Follow the A872 for approx 1 mile, visitor centre on left on the brow of the hill. From the centre of Stirling, head towards the M9 signposted Glasgow-Edinburgh- Services, approxx 3 miles from the centre of Stirling.

By Bus: Nos 24, X39, 54 all take you past the Visitor Centre.

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