Days Out Stirling

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AMF Bowling Stirling
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AMF Bowling Stirling
Looking for somewhere to take family, friends or colleagues for a fun yet active trip out? At AMF Bowling we offer a safe and exciting environment for kids and adults alike with bumpers and ramps for younger members, plus a range of fun filled activities for older children and adults. Bowling has never been so fun!
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regime Museum - Stirling
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Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regime Museum - Stirling
Stirling Castle, Royal Palace of the Stuart Kings, has been the home of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise’s) since 1881 and through the years, many objects of regimental interest have been handed in, including: paintings, medals, silver, uniform and documents. However, it was not until 1988 that a museum was...
Bannockburn - Stirling
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Bannockburn - Stirling
Here in 1314, in one of the defining moments in Scottish history, King Robert the Bruce routed the English forces of King Edward II to win a much-longed-for freedom for the Scots. Today, in the Heritage Centre close to the Borestone (Bruce's command post for the battle), you can experience the epic encounter in an audio-visual show and...
Bear Heart Castle Soft Play Centre - Stirling
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Bear Heart Castle Soft Play Centre - Stirling
A play centre with the theme of a castle making it a little spooky but loads to play on like slides and rope swings and othe soft play equipment! Admission: Prices are for 90 minutes of play. Under 1 year FREE 1 year to 18 months £2 18 months to 4 years £3 5yrs and over £3.60 Adults FREE Opening Times: School Term time; only...
Blair Drummond Safari Park and Adventure Park - Stirling
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Blair Drummond Safari Park and Adventure Park - Stirling
Great reasons to visit the safari park: Lots of exciting animals to look at! Pets Farm Sea Lion Show (4 Daily) Boat rides Wild Animal Reserves Five-seater Pedal Boats Adventure Playground & Giant Astraglide Picnic Have a BBQ Visit the only elephants in Scotland Meet Gary and Vi the park managers ...
Briarlands Farm - Stirling
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Briarlands Farm - Stirling
Jumping Pillows, Tractor Go Karts, Cable Ride, Outdoor Play structures, Mini Diggers, Tyre Maze, Sand Pits, Football Skills Game... ...and Animal Paddocks.
Causewayhead Park - Stirling
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Causewayhead Park - Stirling
Causewayhead Park in Alloa Road, Stirling, has always been a popular park. Key features of are the extension of the former sand play area, and the addition to it of a water pump and rills and the addition of decking, including decked 'islands' in the paddling pool.   The old flying fox and sand play structure have both been replaced and...

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David Marshall Lodge Visitor Centre - Stirling
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David Marshall Lodge Visitor Centre - Stirling
David Marshall Lodge visitor centre is the best place to start exploring the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. The Carnegie Trust gifted the centre to the Forestry Commission in 1960. Its location above Aberfoyle offers some of the most spectacular views in the area including a stunning view across Loch Ard Forest to Ben Lomond.
Doune Castle - Stirling
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Doune Castle - Stirling
Doune Castle may look strangely familiar, even to those who have never visited before. It depends on your taste in films: Doune Castle is a place of pilgrimage for Monty Python fans from all over the world who come to see the place where they filmed parts of "Monty Python and the Holy Grail".
GO APE Aberfoyle - Stirling
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GO APE Aberfoyle - Stirling
If you like the idea of an amazing high wire forest tree top course then Go Ape could be just your thing. We have Tarzan swings, rope bridges, ladders, tunnels and zip lines suspended up to 40 feet high in the tree tops. Go Ape is an award-winning confidence course with branches throughout the UK.  The Go Ape course will appeal to a...

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Pirnhall Inn - Stirling
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Pirnhall Inn - Stirling
With a great choice of meals for the youngsters and an outdoor children's play area they should be very happy.
Stirling Castle
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Stirling Castle
One of Scotland’s grandest castles due to its imposing position and impressive architecture, Stirling Castle commands the countryside for many miles around. It towers over some of the most important battlefields of Scotland’s past including Stirling Bridge, the site of William Wallace’s victory over the English in 1297, and...
Stirling Ice Rink
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Stirling Ice Rink
Welcome to the brand new ice rink at the Peak.  The new ice pad measures 47m by 30m and houses 6 curling sheets.  It can also be used for a number of other ice sports, including ice hockey, speed skating and ice dancing. Skate hire and skate sharpening facilities are available on site. Over the coming months Active Stirling will be...
Stirling Old Town Jail
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Stirling Old Town Jail
Welcome to Stirling’s Old Town Jail - the city’s famous Victorian prison and a captivating visitor attraction at the heart of the city’s historic quarter. If you’re ready to experience how the Victorians made sure that crime didn’t pay... then this is the place to come for a really memorable experience! ...

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The Springkerse View - Stirling
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The Springkerse View - Stirling
Our restaurant benefits from a large car park and has a spacious beer garden with views to the nearby Ochils and an external kids play area for enjoying fine weather, but if the weather is less friendly then children of primary school age can also let off steam in the well equipped indoor play barn.

Welcome to the magnificent Scottish county of Stirling. If you need child friendly ideas where to take the kids, kids days out, or fun things to do with the kids in Stirling then we can help. We have family pubs with kids play areas, soft play areas, indoor play areas, outdoor play areas, playgrounds, aquariums, castles, stately homes, children's clubs such as Scouts, Cubs, Beavers, Brownies, Guides, youth clubs, activity centres, Air, Sea, Army Cadets. We list children's entertainers in Stirling if you are planning a birthday, cinema, theatre, petting zoo, animal farms, children's farms, leisure hire, museum and art gallery, nature areas such as parks, and countryside walks and beaches. We have kids activities related to outdoor pursuits and sports such as swimming, ice skating, ten pin bowling and football centres. We list theme parks and Adventure Parks in Stirling. If you are looking for zoos with more exotic animals then we have them. Don't forget to look at the nearby counties of Strathclyde, Fife, Lothian, Tayside to see what they can offer you. We have days out with the kids in Stirling in and near :- Alloa, Alloa Park, Alva, Bo'ness, Cambus, Clackmannan, Coalsnaughton, Denny, Devonside, Falkirk, Grangemouth, Larbert, Laurieston, Polmont, Stirling. Central  is an area in Scotland made up of the following counties :- Falkirk, Stirling, and Clackmannanshire.

Stirling is a city and ancient burgh, in the Stirling council area of Scotland. The city is clustered around a large castle and mediæval old-town. It is a centre for government, retail, and light industry. Its population (as of the 2001 census) was 41,243, making it the smallest city in Scotland. - A former capital of the Kingdom of Scotland, Stirling was a royal burgh until 1975. In 2002, as part of Queen Elizabeth's Golden Jubilee, Stirling was granted city status.