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The Weather in Stirling
Here is our climate diagram for Stirling. July is the warmest month in Stirling, with average daily maximum temperatures of 19°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Experience medieval Scotland with cosy holiday cottages in Stirling
Stirling is located strategically between the Scottish Highlands and Lowlands and as such, boasts some of the most spectacular surroundings in Scotland. The city is famous for Stirling Castle, which has housed many royals and has an unprecedented history.
Whatever your requirements, you will find an exquisite selection of holiday lettings in Stirling. Cottages, log cabins, luxury apartments, farmhouse and villas all serve as the perfect home away from home.
Art and culture in Stirling
The Stirling Smith Museum and Gallery depicts the ‘The Stirling Story’. Among the many artefacts on display is the oldest football in the world which dates from around 1540. Also on display are several portraits of renowned personalities throughout Stirling's history.
Located in Dumbarton Street, Albert Halls serves as the confluence of arts and culture in Stirling, and has hosted many prestigious concerts and conferences over its 100-year history.
Activities with children
The Peak Sports Village is an indoor activity arena that offers ice skating, roller skating, swimming and a climbing wall, all specially curated for kids and will keep them entertained for hours.
The Stirling Mystery Treasure Trail is a two-mile mystery trail that will have your little ones solving puzzles and riddles on their own. It's a great way to engage kids and develop their problem-solving skills at the same time.
Excursion destinations around Stirling
While visiting Stirling, you cannot miss the famous Stirling Castle. Believed to have been built sometime in the 12th century, the castle witnessed the historic coronation of Mary, Queen of Scots in 1542. Explore the Great Hall and Royal Palace, and when the sun goes down try to spot some of Stirling's many phantoms on its famous ghost walk.
The Church of the Holy Rude is the second oldest structure in Stirling. Constructed with the help of King James IV in the 12th century, it is much loved by visitors for its spectacular architecture.
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