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In Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley visitors can enjoy discovering the many churches, cathedrals and abbeys of the region.
From Dunblane Cathedral and Cambuskenneth Abbey, to the many churches in Stirling and around Loch Lomond, the region boasts a fascinating and visible history.
Browse the listings which provide detailed information on churches, cathedrals and abbeys in Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley and start planning your trip.
Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys
The picturesque ruined site of Logie Old Kirk is nestled at the foot of the beautiful Ochil Hills in Stirling.
Founded in 12th century, the Church of the Holy Rude is the second oldest building in Stirling.
Port of Menteith
Located on an island in the Lake of Menteith, Inchmahome Priory was founded in 1238 and much of the 13th century building remains.
Dunblane Cathedral is a beautiful medieval church in Dunblane which dates as far back as the 12th century.
Faw Kirk was the first church erected in the town of Falkirk which is believed to have given rise to the town’s name.
St Serf’s Church is a charmingly simple Norman-style church in the village of Tullibody of Clackmannanshire.
Cambuskenneth Abbey is one of Scotland’s most important abbeys and is home to a fine collection of medieval grave slabs and architectural fragments.
This beautiful Erskine Marykirk situated just outside of Stirling town dates back to 18th century.
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