Bannockburn House is Category A Listed and has survived largely unchanged since the 17th century, apart from a Victorian extension.
About Bannockburn House
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.
Upcoming Events at Bannockburn House
More History and Culture in Stirling
To mark leap year, Bannockburn House will be hosting an exciting event - an awesome illumination show, buffet in the house, a woodland walk and musical entertainment throughout the evening!
Jings, crivvens! Help ma boab! Join the Sunday Post gang in a brand new musical adventure celebrating over 80 years as Scotland’s most beloved comic strip at Macrobert Arts Centre in February!
Join Stirling, Falkirk and District Ramblers on Sunday 1st March for a lovely walk starting in Dollar, walking along the River Devon up to Vicars Bridge, before returning to Dollar.
Preloved Vintage Kilo comes to The Albert Halls on 1st March. Shop through 6 tonnes of Preloved, Vintage and Retro clothing and pay by weight - all at just £15 per kilo!
Join Craig Mair on Wednesday 18th March, as he tells the remarkable story of the development of Bridge of Allan between 1800 and 1900!
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