Museum of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders

Museum of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, The Castle
Stirling FK8 1EH

The museum traces the history of the 91st Argyllshire Highlanders and the 93rd Sutherland Highlanders up to the time of their amalgamation in 1881 when they became the 1st and 2nd Battalions of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regiment and thereafter to the present day.

Museum Workshop & Stores - Falkirk Museums Service

7-11 Abbotsinch, Abbotsinch Industrial Estate
Grangemouth FK3 9UX

The museum Workshop, located in Grangemouth, is a storage facility that cares for the 30,000 objects belonging to Falkirk Council museums. Covering 1,150 square metres of floorspace, the workshop stores everything from large objects like a 1930s tramcar and heavy machinery from Falkirk's industrial past, to much smaller items like winged insects, 1970s platform shoes and Roman archaeology.

Stirling Castle - Historic Scotland

Stirling Castle
Stirling FK8 1EJ

Without doubt one of the grandest of all Scottish castles, both in its situation on a commanding rock outcrop and in its architecture. The Great Hall and the Gatehouse of James IV, the marvellous Palace of James V, the Chapel Royal of James VI and the artillery fortifications of the 16th to 18th centuries are all of outstanding interest.

Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum

Dumbarton Road
Stirling FK8 2RQ

Founded with the Bequest of Thomas Stuart Smith (1814-1869), the Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum opened in 1874. Built in the Italianate style & designed by John Lessels, the museum stands within its own grounds below Stirling Castle. The Smith provides Stirling with a museum service and a focus for the historical and cultural life of its people.