Places of Interest
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This once important Augustinian abbey was built in the 13th century.
Known as ‘Castle of Gloom’ this spectacularly sited 15th century fortress was the lowland stronghold of the Campbells.
Almost 2,000 years of history can be found in the landscaped grounds of this historic house.
Stirling Castle is one of Scotland’s most celebrated visitor attractions. Scotland’s kings and queens held court here.
One of the oddest buildings in Scotland, the Pineapple was built in 1761 as the focal point of the walled garden of Dunmore.
Traces of a large landscaped garden laid out in 1628-9 for Charles I.
This well-preserved tower-house was built between the 14th and 17th centuries.
Church of the Holy Rude
This beautiful church dates from the 15th century and was the parish church of the medieval burgh of Stirling.
This delightful almshouse and hospital was built in the mid 17th century with funds bequeathed by John Cowane.