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History in miniature
Celtic Cross & carved stones
Pictish Cross & carved stones
Historic Architecture models
Stirling Castle sits high above the town of Stirling on a rock formation that is some 350 million years old. This historic fortress dominates the landscape and history. Originally the site of a Pictish fort, King Alexander built a chapel there in 1110 which grew into a Royal Castle. It was expanded by successive Kings until 1298 when the English King Edward I invaded Scotland and took Stirling Castle, starting the Wars of Independence. The English were dislodged a year later by William Wallace following the Battle of Stirling Bridge. In the following centuries there many phases of building and expansion with new buildings displaying a mix of Scottish, English, French and German architectural styles.
Eventually Stirlings importance as a Royal castle declined and it became a military centre, including for a time in the 17th century, a prison for persons of rank. Latterly until 1964 the castle was the barracks and headquarters of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Regiment. Today the Regimental museum is housed at the castle.
This model is an accurate representation of how Stirling Castle looks today.
Resin cast reproduction of Stuart Fellowes’ original sculpture.
H=50mm W=210mm D=100mm
A04 Stirling Castle
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