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Do any of our fans watch 'Songs of Praise'? Well if you do then you would have seen The Wallace Monument featured on Sunday as the show was filmed in Dunblane Cathedral and featured a lot of local sights and scenery, The Monument included.

If you want to watch the programme it is available for the next 5 days on the BBC iPlayer, simply click the link below.
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It appears we passed 1000 LIKES over the weekend. Thanks everyone!

We will do a special competition as 1000 likes is a bit of a landmark...any suggestions what kind of competition we should do?
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If you are looking for something to do outdoors this weekend then visit us at The National Wallace Monument and join "A Walk with Wallace".

Throughout the day we are running a series of short guided walks on the Abbey Craig with costumed actors telling the story of Wallace's famous encounter with the army of King Edward I at The Battle of Stirling Bridge
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On Sunday we were proud hosts to one of the 6 rounds of this years Scottish Cycling Mini Downhill series.

Despite the poor weather around 40 children took part in the day's racing and a great day was had by all.

If anyone has any pictures of the event they want to share then post them up and tag us in them, thanks!
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An update on our upcoming event on June 4th - 'Archery For Everyone'.

It will be totally FREE to test your skills with a bow and arrow on the day and this event is suitable for all ages.
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What do you all think of our new 2012 Events Leaflet?

These are available in racks all across Scotland or you can save this image and print out your own!
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Good morning everyone. Head over to The Scottish Sun's website and have a look at their coverage of Scotland Rugby star Graeme Morrison posing for some pictures at The National Wallace Monument with the RBS 6 Nations trophy.
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Have a look at this cool time-lapse video of the Monument. We'd love to see one shot over a long period of time incorporating all the colours and climate we get to expereince throughout the year!
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Just to let you all know; our mini-bus service won't be running on Wednesday the 16th of May.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
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We're just putting the finishing touches to our brand new online shop. Loads of great Scottish items for sale...keep your eyes peeled!
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Oh yes, we do like this!
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Abbey Craig Hillfoots Rd Stirling FK9 5LF, United Kingdom
Hillfoots RoadGBStirlingFK9 5LF
MonumentToday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

An outstanding landmark and an unmissable sight - commemorating the life of Scotland’s national hero. 

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Elaborate Victorian stone tower commemorating William Wallace, displaying his 2-handed sword.- Google
"An impressive monument with stunning views."
"Awesome panoramic views of Stirling."
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Dolidh Young
2 weeks ago
A stunning landmark with a long and fascinating history. Having been brought up nearby, I've been lucky enough to have heard the fantastic stories of Scotland's history. The internal rooms of the monument let you discover more about the area's history and more about the building itself. I love going up there. The view at the top is glorious, the only down-side is the price is too much to visit regularly. If you are scared of confined spaces or heights, it's probably not the best attraction for you of our beautiful city. But if you have a love for history, feel like a bit of a challenge (it's a lot of stairs) and appreciate beautiful and unusual buildings and views... It's a must-see.
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Sebastian Westhoff
2 months ago
OK. It's William Wallace. You know his story. He is a legend. Scot. Brave. Smart. And then there are the people who think, that 9 GPB for three rooms "full" of information and a lovely view from the top would be fair. Well: i don't think so! He/She who loves the history of the Scots and their heroes will be disappointed. Because of the uncaring presentation of this legend(s) for that amount of money. The sword and the view are the only highlights.
Paul Gullick
4 months ago
Myself & my three sons visited. In 2013 rideing up on our bikes from south Wales was tuff but well worth it . Talking about doing it again B-)
K DeFrag
a year ago
Breathtaking, literally Opted to walk the whole way, and it was quite a workout. Made me appreciate all the more what happened in the area to shape history, and the people involved. Must see!
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ralawinger
3 months ago
It was windy up there, but omg the views!!!!!!! Prepare yourself for a wee bit of an uphill hike to get to the top, but it's well worth it, even at the bottom of the actual monument itself. Then navigate the narrow stairs up to the very tip top of the monument and prepare yourself for even more breath taking views from a bird's eye height. Absolutely amazing views. Great history for Wallace fans, even those of Braveheart, and Robert the Bruce or just Scottish History lovers in general! Not only does the monument and the people it's erected for carry great historical value, but so too do the other buildings you can see from the top. Amazing. Must visit for anyone visiting Scotland!
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kelly bremner
4 months ago
I First visited the Wallace Monument 25 th March 2005 what can I can its the most beautiful place and I'm looking forward going back this March to mark 10 years Nice Staff and I like the gift shops and the cafe I also loved Spending time at the wallace Monument taking Photos. One day I like to have my dream wedding here then the Castle .
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tshepiso ramaboa
a month ago
amazing
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Lucy Cave
8 months ago
i always think the monument looks a lot bigger from the bottom of the hill than when your at the top. worth taking the walk up, rather than shuttle bus, option if you have the time, but stirling isn't a particularly pretty site and the routes round the monument and craigs don't add anything as the map stones show 'landmarks' that you can't see for overgrown trees!