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Stirling City Tour

If you are a first time visitor to Stirling, The best way to get your bearings is to take the City Sightseeing Stirling Tour.

Buses run every 30 minutes throughout the Summer (1st April - 31st October) on a route which stops off at:

stirling in scotland city sightseeing Stirling Castle
Wallace Monument
Argyll's Lodging
Church of the Holy Rude
Old Town Jail
Smith Art Gallery and Museum
Bannockburn Heritage Centre
Bridge of Allan and
Stirling University

You will see the red, open top, double decker buses driving around the town and you can join the tour at any one of 14 stops along the route. A fully trained guide provides a running commentary along the way to entertain you with a colourful insight into Stirling's past.

Tour tickets are valid all day so, you can get on and off the bus as often as you want. The tour lasts one hour twenty minutes. Single fares available between stops.

You can buy tickets from the driver on the tour bus or from tourist information centres.

Tour Fares
Adults 7.50
Senior Citizens and Students 5.00
Children ( 5 to 14 ) 3.00 ( under 5's go free )
Family (2 + 4): 18.00

Start Point: Stirling Railway Station
Frequency: Every 45 minutes

Hold on to your ticket as it will get you 10% discount at some major attractions.

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