The Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre
Visitors must maintain 2m of social distancing and wear face coverings at all times unless exempt or eating in the café. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the centre for visitors' use. Perspex screens surround the tills. Signage is visible throughout the centre to remind visitors of precautions. Numbers on indoor guided tours strictly controlled so as to ensure safe social distancing.
Last updated: 18 June 2021
Visitor centre and outdoor monuments commemorating the Battle of Bannockburn. The battle took place over 23rd and 24th June 1314, when King Robert the Bruce led a Scots army to victory over a much larger English force led by King Edward II.
The visitor centre contains an immersive Experience of films and displays, café and gift shop. The monuments include the Borestone, Rotunda and the famous equestrian statue of Bruce.
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- Provides: Free wi-fi