By Vero www.touristear.com
The castle was the protagonist of several historical events in the country, like the Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297, in which William Wallace defeated the English army in the film Braveheart.
The church is a 5-minute walk from the castle, and admission is free. Next to the church, you will find a cemetery with the typical aesthetics of old cemeteries.
The Stirling Old Town Jail was a military prison and a candy factory. Meanwhile, the stone bridge, built during the 15th century, witnessed the battle between the English and the Scots.
See over 40,000 items representing the life and culture of Stirling, Stirlingshire, and Trossachs regions. After climbing the 246 steps of the William Wallace Monument, you will have a panoramic view of the city.
You can watch a digital recreation of the 14th-century battle and see memorials to other independence heroes such as “Robert the Bruce.”
The remains of James III and his wife, Margaret of Denmark, rest in this abbey. The beauty of the path accompanying the Forth River makes the walk to the abbey memorable.