Stirling’s renowned landmark, commemorating the life of Sir William Wallace, Guardian of Scotland.
Inside the Monument you will find yourself transported back to the 13th Century as you discover the story of the warrior who led the Scottish army to victory at The Battle of Stirling Bridge.
In The Hall of Arms you will see the battlesword which struck fear into the hearts of Wallace's enemies, and which is today a powerful symbol of his bravery and courage. From the Monument’s Crown you can take in the magnificent views across the heart of Scotland.
Visitor services include multi-lingual interpretation. Woodland Walks and Nature Trails, Free Car Parking, and Courtesy Bus Service to The Monument.