Prepare for battle!
The new Battle of Bannockburn Experience harnesses 3D technology to bring Scottish history to life.
Stand shoulder-to-shoulder with medieval warriors and armoured knights while learning about the tactics of two opposing kings in a truly immersive experience.
Witness the sights and sounds of medieval battle first-hand including ancient battle strategies, weapons and armour.
Each visit takes you through thrilling 3D interpretation of characters and events as you Prepare for Battle and culminates in a visit to the Battle Room. In the Battle Room you can recreate the Battle of Bannockburn with other visitors or watch as it plays out.
Family (2 adults and up to 4 children) £30.50
One parent family (1 adult and up to 4 children) £25.50
Booking fee applies.
National Trust for Scotland members £FREE
Entry is by pre-booked time slots.
Site: all year, daily until dusk.
Exhibition: 3 Jan - 2 Feb, Daily 10am-5pm
1 Mar - 31 Oct, Daily 10am-5.30pm
1 Nov - 31 Dec, Daily 10am-5pm
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day and 2nd Jan
Pre-booking is essential for Battle Room Experiences.
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No visit to Bannockburn would be complete without taking the short walk from the Visitor Centre to the historic landscape and battlefield.
Visitors can see the saltire flying proudly in the centre of the Rotunda, with its outlook to Stirling Castle, and the iconic Bruce Monument. The landscape has been restored and reinterpreted to commemorate the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn. Access to the landscape and monuments is free to all visitors.
Please note: For safety reasons, during periods of high winds we are unable to fly the flag.
Visitor Centre Facilities
The new Visitor Centre contains a café and shop which is free to access.
Parking facilities are available at the new visitor experience with space for 84 cars on a first come first served basis. These include 6 disabled parking bays, and 4 coach spaces.
Wheelchair users will find 6 designated parking spaces at the new Battle of Bannockburn experience. Currently, due to ongoing work, these are limited and offered on a first come first served basis.
The park surrounding the centre welcomes visitors with dogs.