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My own regiments museum set in the grounds of the iconic Stirling Castle, what a setting. It is the ancestral home of the regiment and at present is closed for a major refurbishment . when it reopens it is well worth a visit just to...More
Having spent £25 on fares and castle entrance fee I was confronted with a sign on the museum door and castle map saying that the museum is closed for refurbishment.air. How truly thoughtless can they be.I have asked them to reimburse me.I hope they change...More
The regiment is part of the history of the castle over the last couple of centuries and the museum is embedded in the historic King's Building.
A fascinating history with many interesting exhibits, especially on the Thin Red Line, but the presentation is now a...More
Within the buildings of Stirling Castle, this is a small exhibit that is being improved. It is upstairs and not disabled accessible. There are many interesting items for military history buffs - the highlight was a centenary exhibit of the First World War. There is...More
If you make the effort to go to the castle, you should see this exhibit while you are there, particularly if you have any interest in British Imperial history. You can go at your own pace, and there are people present who served and who...More
Inside the Stirling Castle grounds you find this museum, there is no additional fee to visit the museum which is full of interesting stories abut the regiment and some poignant stories about some of the soldiers who have served in the regiment in different campaigns.
We stopped here while visiting Stirling Castle, and I'm so glad we did! There are extensive displays of uniforms, weapons, writings, etc., and knowledgeable guides are on hand to answer questions or provide additional details about the exhibits.
Located on the castle grounds, this little museum is a treasure trove of stories and love for the Highlanders Regiment. One could spend hours here--there's memorabilia and information galore! As is typical with such museums, there is a strong invite to participate in preserving the...More