Cambuskenneth Abbey

A Historic Site in Stirling

Cambuskenneth Abbey

  • Stirling
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Cambuskenneth Abbey, in its day, was a famous house of Augustinian canons, the scene of Robert Bruce\'s Parliament in 1326, and burial place of James III and his Queen. The fine detached tower is the only substantial survivor, but extensive foundations remain of the other buildings. View exterior only. Location: 1m E of Stirling off the A907. Opening Hours: Open Summer only.

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1m East of Stirling off the A907
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Stirling is most famous for the battle of Bannockburn but around the city are the sites of many battles fought from Roman times when southern invaders would drive the Scots into the hills North of Stirling that was land considered unconquerable and worthless. The city now has an interesting ancient quarter, the spectacular castle and the Wallace monument that are all worth visiting and also just outside the city the Blairgowrie wildlife park - Scotland's premier big animal wildlife zoo and adventure playground.