Historian, Neil Oliver, explains why you should visit Scotland, and focuses on Stirling (2012). Video produced for Visit Scotland.
has many attractions for visitors. Click on the links on the
right to read more.
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flights over Stirling Castle, National Wallace Monument, Loch
Lomond and much more. This is a great opportunity to have a
bird's eye view of the historic city of Stirling and the superb
countryside around it. SEE
This is a great day out for
all the family, catering for adults and children
of all ages. 2 new videos made in July 2012, featuring a video testimonial from one of their season ticket holders.
Visit the exclusive Barbara Davidson
Pottery - with the world-wide reputation for hand-thrown
pottery, in the tranquil setting of the picturesque 18th
century buildings of Muirhall Farm.
FLYER, helicopter tours.
Why not treat yourself to a helicopter
flight over Stirling Castle, National Wallace Monument, Loch
Lomond and many more areas covering the whole of Scotland.
Special flights can be arranged for airport transfer too.
Enjoy the great Scottish Outdoors
with activities are built around various facilities - from
quad bike treks to four x four action, clay pigeon shoots and
target shoots to archery and falconry. The more traditional
countryside pursuits (fishing on lochs/lakes and rivers, deer
hunting and stalking, game birds, waterfowling and rough shooting)
are also on offer. Stag and Hen Parties can also be catered
Tullibardine, Scotland's most accessible
Malt Whisky Distillery is located on the A9 between Stirling
and Perth, incorporating the 1488 Visitor Centre, Shop & Cafe.
Just 15 minutes from Stirling.
The Drumbrae Riding Centre is located
in upper Bridge of Allan, a couple of miles from Stirling,
with outstanding panoramic views over the area. Staff
are on hand to provide excellent qualified tuition for
riders of all ages and abilities.
Castle Stirling has a wide range of visitor
attractions to offer. It has a rich heritage, including some
of Scotland's most important historical sites. Landmarks include
the famous Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle and the Bannockburn
View from Stirling
Bridge to The National Wallace Monument in winter with a view
of the Ochil Hills in the background.
Tours & Guiding Services
Contact: Mike Furlong
Nurseries & Golf Driving Range.
This is a perfect relaxing day out to
suit different tastes.
Whilst one of you is wondering through the garden centre, the other is improving
on the all important golf swing.