The browser you are using is out of date and is no longer supported. To view and use this site correctly, please update your browser to the latest version.
We have created a new public body, Historic Environment Scotland. While we work on shaping our future we can reassure you that all services and products will continue as normal. Please follow our progress and find out more about our new organisation.
Step back in time to reminisce about the life of Scotland's National Bard, Robert Burns.
Join us at Stirling Castle to discover the meaning behind his words and how the castle inspired his life's work.
Visitors to Stirling Castle can join us for a celebration of Scotland’s most beloved bard. In 1787 Robert Burns visited the castle whilst on a trip to Stirling which inspired him to write the now infamous Stirling Lines.
Plenty to keep the whole family entertained.
Time: 12 noon Directions: At the head of Stirling's historic Old Town off the M9, junction 9 or 10. Postcode FK8 1EJ. More property details can be found on the official Stirling Castle Website