Battle Of Stirling Bridge

4.32 Votes
  • Address: 140 Causewayhead Rd, Stirling FK9 5HJ, UK, United Kingdom
  • Tags: Bridge, Historical Site, Family And Kids

The Battle Of Stirling Bridge is a historically significant bridge on the River Forth. Located in a picturesque location of Stirling, UK, this bridge is known as the spot where Andrew Moray and William Wallace defeated John de Warenne, 6th Earl of Surrey, and Hugh de Cressingham on 11 September 1297. You can walk the bridge to feel the essence of the history. The scenic beauty of the surrounding is outstanding. Standing on the bridge, you can see the majestic Stirling castle. You can learn the history of the bridge reading the information carved on the tablets of the bridge. You will get to check out the place with your friends and family ideally.

How to Reach Battle Of Stirling Bridge

  • Buses 1, 19, 20, 23, 54, 62, 63, UL to stop - Cornton Road

  • Battle Of Stirling Bridge Address: 140 Causewayhead Rd, Stirling FK9 5HJ, UK, United Kingdom
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Battle Of Stirling Bridge Reviews & Ratings

  • A great spot to visit and have views of both the monument and the castle

  • Needs something to be like a in station or shop close by for information on the bridge or the battle

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  • The Battle of Stirling Bridge was one of Scotland's great victories over the English during the Scottish Wars of independence The combined forces of Sir Andrew De Moray and Sir William Wallace utilized the narrow bridge which could only allow two abreast to cross thus allowing the Scottish forces the victory Many English knight fell to their death into the forth as their armour dragged them down to drown The cost of the victory was high Co-commander and Guardian of Scotland Sir Andrew De Moray was mortally wounded and died a few months after the battle from his wounds ... Sir William Wallace with the help of his loyal knights Sir John Stewart of Bonkyll and Sir John De Graeme would continue the fight I have included some illustrated depictions of the Battle by andrew hillhouse to give an idea of the battle

  • Not a lot to see. Historic sites of bridge and battle.

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