One of the most distinctive landmarks on the Stirling skyline - The National Wallace Monument was created by Victorian craftsmen and opened in 1869.
Open all year - the galleries in The Monument tell the story of Wallace, and visitor facilities include Souvenir and Gift Shops, Legends Coffee House, and a Courtesy Bus Service between the Car Park and The Monument.
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Stirling’s famous landmark 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.