Brilliant Events In Stirling!


With so many brilliant events taking place in Stirling this year, you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing a great day out - whether you’re looking for a piece of history or the best of Scottish culture and music, you’ll find it right on your doorstep in Stirling.

Highland Games
The Stirling Region
Sunday 20 July to Saturday 16 August

Featuring a unique combination of culture, sport and social entertainment from heavy athletics to Highland dance, a must see this summer!

Doors Open Days
Saturday 6 & Sunday 7 September

Doors Open Days gives free access to places normally closed to the public, including private castles, idyllic cottages and ultra-modern eco-houses. Perfect if you fancy a good nose!

Off The Page Stirling Book Festival
Saturday 13 -
Saturday 20 September

Talks and readings from a wide variety of authors in a long-running literary festival and celebration of the written word.

Bloody Scotland Crime
Writing Festival, Stirling
Friday 19 –
Sunday 21 September

The eclectic programme includes author events, readings, Q&As, pitching sessions for new writers and discussions about cutting-edge forensic technology.

Stirling Fringe Festival
Friday 19 - Sunday 28 September

Enjoy a range of artists and performers from across the UK and local talent too. With live theatre, music, poetry, art, comedy, children's shows and art exhibitions it's a great day out.

Callander Jazz & Blues Festival
Friday 3 - Sunday 5 October

Over 45 live gigs staged in 22 venues in and around the Trossachs town of Callander. Featuring a host of local, national and international jazz and blues performers.

There's loads more brilliant events
taking place in Stirling this year.
ind out more at VisitScotland

Dunblane Hydro Brilliant Hotels In Stirling

Stirling is great for a short break, with fantastic places to stay. Take a look at some of the area's top hotels and their great offers here.

Step Into Stirling

VisitScotland - Sterling History & Heritage

Celebrate the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn at the interactive 3D visitor centre and visit Stirling Castle, once home to Mary Queen of Scots.

VisitScotland - Sterling - Loch Katrine Great Outdoors

Just a few miles outside the city you'll find mountains, forests, glens and lochs to explore. It's the perfect area for hiking, mountain biking, and spotting wildlife.

VisitScotland Retail Therapy

From high street names to high end boutiques, Stirling and its surrounding towns and villages are the place to be for brilliant shopping.

VisitScotland - Sterling Fantastic Food & Drink

Stirling, the Forth Valley, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs has plenty of places to sample wonderful local food (and a wee dram), from top restaurants to farmers markets.

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