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Bridge of Allan

Bridge of Allan

This historic village was once a Victorian spa destination, much of which has been preserved and adds to the overall charm of this idyllic part of Scotland. Located on the edge of Stirling city centre, a break here provides visitors with both easy access to a major city, and the great outdoors on your doorstep!

Explore the breath-taking Ochil Hills and surrounding Allan Waters, which flow to the sparkling River Forth. There are a huge number of walks, trails and paths to be explored all across the area, ranging in difficulty and with the option to walk, run or cycle your way around. Make sure you pay a visit to some of the nearby major tourist destinations including the Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle.

We love Bridge Of Allan because...

  • Nearby Wallace Monument
  • Ideal for exploring trails
  • Historic Victorian spa destination
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In and around Bridge of Allan

Allan Water Brewhouse

Producers of fine Scottish ales and beers for over 20 years, Allan Water Brewhouse really know their stuff and offer rare behind-the-scenes insight into this passionate microbrewery. The local area once housed 32 breweries, due to the excellent conditions for hop growing, the freshness of the water and the location of the nearby local port. Meet the master brewer and discover the secrets and history behind the traditional hand-brewed Scottish pint.

Stirling Castle

Truly one of the most remarkable buildings in Scotland and certainly one of the most historically important. In its heyday, this spectacular and grand building was the favoured residence of the Stewarts. The castle is now open to the public and features many costumed characters who play maids, servants, body guards and court officials – who work together to bring the castle to life. Guided tours are available from the enthusiastic staff, or guests can choose to explore the castle themselves and marvel at the impressive architecture.

Stirling Smith Museum and Art Gallery

Highlighting the vibrant and fascinating history of this region, this museum and art gallery opened its doors in 1874. The artist Thomas Stuart Smith built the museum to house over 40,000 artefacts, objects and works of art – all of which celebrate the history, heritage and culture of the area. Entry is free and visitors can enjoy the temporary exhibitions, which rotate through the year.

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