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The Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre (NTS)

Bannockburn

This is one of the most important historic sites in Scotland. On the battlefield nearby, in June 1314, King Robert the Bruce routed the forces of King Edward II to win freedom for the Scots from English domination. A few yards from the heritage centre is the famous Borestone site which by tradition was Bruce's command post before the battle. This site is enclosed by the Rotunda focusing on the approach route of the English army to its objective - Stirling Castle. The heritage centre has an audio visual programme on the battle together with an exhibition 'Kingdom of Scots', cafe & shop.

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Opening Times

Mar-Oct 10am-5.30pm daily

Nov-Feb 10am-5pm daily

Centre is closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and 2 January.

Pricing Details

Adult £11
Child/concession £8
Family (2 adults and up to 4 children) £30
One parent family (1 adult and up to 4 children) £25

Pre-booking is essential for Battle Room Experiences.

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3 Stars

Contact

The Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre (NTS)

Glasgow Road
Bannockburn
Stirlingshire
FK7 0LJ
Phone: 0844 493 2139
Email: bannockburn2014@nts.org.uk
Website: http://battleofbannockburn.com/
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Bannockburn Battlefield Monument

Directions

Off M80/M9 at Junction 9, 2 miles south of Stirling.

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