|15th August 2020|
|10.30am to 5pm|
|Adult £8 / Child £4 (5to15 years) / OAP £5 / Student £5|
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Stirling Highland Games is central Scotland's must-visit family event.
We play host to some of Scotland's top athletes including the Heavies, track and field and Highland dancers. Mix that with lots of fun in the Activities Challenge area, learning experience on our Heritage Tour, browse and buy at our traders market or our tasty food and drink experience.
We are visited by so many brilliant people from all over the world.
Family Event is suitable for all ages. Currently, 75% of visitors rated event at Excellent, Very Good, Good level and we have so much more planned for the 2020 event. Not to be missed!
Come and see our brand new events at Stirling Highland Games in 2020:
- The 16lb British Hammer Championship
- The Bruce Challenge
Join us at the 150-year celebration on August 15th 2020 at Stirling Sports Village.
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Would you know how to help your child in an emergency? Join Daisy First Aid Stirling for this online class and feel confident to deal with any oopsie daisy moments that may come along!
This 1 hour online class, run by Daisy First Aid Stirling, is perfect for anyone that is expecting or recently had a baby and wants to learn some basic life saving skills.
Discover how did William Wallace become Scotland’s first National Hero and how has he been remembered over the years during live actor performances at The National Wallace Monument.
Our costumed historian will help to bring history to life with his array of weapons and facinating stories, helping you discover how the people and invaders of Scotland made and used weapons.
The Wallace Nature Club is run by local charity 'Under The Trees' and gives your child the opportunity for lots of outdoor fun as they learn about the natural environment on The Abbey Craig!