Anniversary Event: Bannockburn Battle Camp Reenactment

Join us to commemorate the 705th anniversary of the Battle of Bannnockburn with a fun, family day out at our Bannockburn Battle Camp Reenactment!

Anniversary Event: Bannockburn Battle Camp Reenactment

About Anniversary Event: Bannockburn Battle Camp Reenactment

Mill around the Battle Camp's tents including a medieval kitchen, forge, and armoury and chat to the medieval characters about their role in preparing for the Battle of Bannockburn. Join in with family-friendly activities including hobby-horse jousting and storytelling - fun for all ages!

Timed performances of the events of the Battle of Bannockburn and the tactics used by the Scottish and English Armies throughout the afternoon!

Sat 15th & Sun 16th June, 12-4pm

Adults: £6
Children: £4

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Anniversary Event: Bannockburn Battle Camp Reenactment are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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