The National Wallace Monument stands above the fields where William Wallace led his troops to victory at The Battle of Stirling Bridge, and tells the story of the warrior who became Scotland’s National Hero. It offers panoramic views from the Crown across the City of Stirling, The Trossachs and The Forth Valley.
Inside the Monument’s three exhibition galleries you will discover the life and legacy of William Wallace. In the Hall of Arms discover more about Wallace's early years and how the Battle of Stirling Bridge was fought and won. See Wallace’s legendary battle-sword and find the busts of famous Scots inspired by Wallace in the Hall of Heroes. The Royal Chamber is where you can unearth the facts and figures behind building the Wallace Monument in 1869 as children can try to build their own miniature replica.
At the Monument:
After climbing two hundred and forty six steps you have reached the top of the Monument’s Crown where you get an amazing panoramic view of the surrounding landscape and a clear view of Stirling Castle.
Opening Hours and Costs: Open all year round except Christmas day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.Opening hours vary based on season.
Adults cost £9.99
Children £ 6.25
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The National Wallace Monument sits 300 ft above sea level on top of Abbey
Craig overlooking Stirling and the surrounding area.