This place would always get a five star for its history aspect. To visit it there's a main road you can park a car on. Plenty space for wheel chair users to cross the bridge. The forth river runs under neath the bridge. Photos attached. Just in general a lovely place to visit with the kids tell them a good Scottish history story.
Nice relaxing day at the Stirling Old Bridge. Lovely sunny day for our visit. Lots of people came too. Hope you enjoy out photos.
This bridge has so much history it really stands out and has so much character. On the bankside is a small visitor information stand that has lots of key dates for the facts and history of the bridge. Definitely worth a look.
Significant historic location that justifies a visit. This later constructed masonry bridge is now for pedestrians and bikes and is well used. It is possible to park in the streets at either end leading to the bridge if visiting by car.
Almost everyone who visits Stirlig has heard the story of the battle which took place here. In terms of its construction, the bridge is a typical stone bridge, and it is well worth a walk across it to take you back to the time when it was built.
Very nice place along with a bridge ...! This bridge has a history. So, when you walk on this bridge you feel something else... It is a stone-made bridge, this bridge's beauty depends on nature. Every different season, this bridge looks different as well.
Very beautiful bridge. Not the original one from the battle of stirling 1297. Still build in the 14 or 15 hundreds. Did see some 'action' though during the jacobite uprising.
Lost a point for lack of information boards but on its own merits a very beautiful bridge and was once said to be the only link between the north of Scotland to the rest of the country Don't make em like they used to
Standing on the bridge ahel9s you understand the strategic importance of the location. Most major landmarks can be see from here and the main routes through Stirling pass by very close to the bridge previously crossed the bridge
Lots of history here and it's amazing how it has lasted through time and battle. It is a shame the local people and tourists leave rubbish around the beautiful historical landmark.