School of History, Classics & Archaeology

Heritage in Practice: Stirling and Bannockburn in the 21st Century

Heritage in Practice: exploring the past’s translation into the present, with a daytrip to Stirling castle and Bannockburn.

Stirling Castle

Heritage in Practice: a day for students to explore the past’s translation into the present with a day trip to Stirling castle and the new visitor centre at Bannockburn.

Date & time: 19th Feb, 9-4.30
Audience: HCA students, ArchSoc members
Cost: £6
Booking information: Booking is now open! Please book through the link below.
Additional information: You will need to bring or buy your own lunch. Please note that this event is off-campus and some of it is outside. Please take extra care when walking on uneven ground and wear sensible shoes and warm clothes.
Accessibility: Coach: Folding wheelchairs only can be accommodated, steps up to board bus. For Stirling Castle and the Bannockburn Visitor Centre please see links below.
Location: Off-site
Meeting point: Crichton Street, by Appleton Tower - please be there 10-15 mins before scheduled departure time.

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