The Stirling Arcade is a Victorian shopping arcade centrally located near Stirling railway station with 15 boutiques offering the best alternative shopping in the city.
A stunning Victorian shopping arcade that dates back to 1882, the Stirling Arcade has been an important hub in the city centre for more than 100 years. Winding its way from Murray Place to the foot of the Castle Rock on King Street, it once housed two hotels, residential flats, workshops and salons, 40 shops and merchants.
One of only five of its kind in Scotland, the Stirling Arcade is a beautiful place to relax and browse some of its 15 boutique shops offering some of the best quality alternative shopping in the city.
Having survived a period of dereliction around the time of the Second World War, its original period features have been beautifully restored and its ornate glass roof floods the arcade's central walkway with natural light.
Visitors can indulge themselves at an array of independent retailers offering a vast range of fascinating products, from fashion to music stores, jewellery, accessories and lingerie boutiques to various therapy purveyors, as well as restaurants and food outlets.