Bannockburn House

Bannockburn House is Category A Listed and has survived largely unchanged since the 17th century, apart from a Victorian extension.

Bannockburn House

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Bannockburn House is Category A Listed and has survived largely unchanged since the 17th century, apart from a Victorian extension. After over 50 years of dormancy the house and surrounding gardens and grounds were bought by the local community in December 2017 - with help from public donations and grants from organisations including Stirling Council and the Scottish Land Fund.

A dedicated group of volunteers is now breathing new life into the house and grounds with the aim of creating a community hub providing a range of activities and resources to benefit future generations. Come and discover the house's connections to centuries of history, and its links to the worldwide tartan trade.

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Upcoming Events at Bannockburn House

The Haunted House Tour

The Haunted House Tour

Selected dates between 7th October 2021 - 28th October 2021

This October take a History and Horror Tour round historic Bannockburn House to hear gory tales and ghastly stories from the past.
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Ghost Hunt: Bannockburn House

Ghost Hunt: Bannockburn House

14th May 2022

Dare you join Lone Vigils Paranormal Investigations for a night of ghost hunting at Bannockburn House, Stirling on Saturday 14th May!
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