Outlander follows the story of married army nurse Claire Randal who is mysteriously transported back in time to 1743 and thrown into a new world of dangers where her life is threatened. Stirling plays host to a number of locations used in the filming of this exciting new American series.
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Created as a Royal Burgh in 1124, Stirling offers a fascinating journey back in time for anyone with even a passing interest in Scottish history and heritage. Discover a unique tapestry of original, historic attractions that tell the story of our Scottish nation first hand.
Scotland is well known for its Whisky. While you’re here why not Experience the sights, smells and sounds of a true working distillery at Deanston. Or choose from over 120 malt whiskies at the Curly Coo - Stirling’s only Whisky bar. A selection of Scottish gins and Scottish craft beers are also available at this cosy pub. If you would like to learn the art of traditional brewing in Scotland pop along to the Allanwater Brewhouse where you can learn the secrets of making fine Scottish ales then refresh yourself with a pint.
Stirling’s small size and great surrounding country side has a lot to offer cyclists of all levels. With a number of great cycle routes out into the surrounding countryside and many quiet and safe roads, cycling is a great way to explore the stunning countryside that this area has to offer.
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