The Tolbooth, built in 1705 as the town's administrative centre, is now an arts venue
The Mercat Cross is topped with a unicorn (known as the 'Puggie'), and was once the focus of a bustling market.
Church of the Holy Rude
The Church of the Holy Rude has been the town’s parish church for 600 years; the infant King James VI was crowned here in 1567, making...
The burgeoning Brewdog empire has come to Stirling, with a cool bar done out in designer-distressed timber offering no fewer than 16...
Bringing a bohemian touch to central Stirling, this busy bistro has pared-back contemporary decor and a short menu showcasing carefully...
52 Spittal St · interesting places nearby
Mamma Mia information
This Old Town split-level favourite has a short menu of southern Italian cuisine augmented by weekly specials, which are definitely worth going for. It shows a sure touch with sea bass and Scottish steaks alike, though it's hard not to feel the pasta dishes are a mite overpriced.