Things to do

Whether you're our guest on holiday or for business, there is a host of activities and unique visitor attractions literally on the doorstep. 

Sport
If fun and active is more your style than sedate and leisurely, make the most of your visit to the home of Scotland's University for Sporting Excellence by visiting our fantastic facilities. As our guest you can enjoy access to our Olympic sized swimming pool and state of the art fitness suite for free. Other on-site activities include:

Full details about our world-class sports facilities are available here.

Please note the pool will be closed from Monday 21st to Friday 25th August 2017 for planned annual maintenance.  We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Entertainment
Based in the heart of the grounds is the Macrobert Arts Centre - the nationally renowned cultural hub. With a huge variety of activities featuring more than 400 live performances of drama, comedy, opera, dance, music, musical theatre and art exhibitions each year, and a cinema screening a year-round programme of blockbusters, arthouse movies, children's films and documentaries, there is always something for every interest.

For more details about what's on, visit the Macrobert Arts Centre website.

The University also has its own world class arts collection and guided tours are available throughout the year. Please contact us for more information.

Local attractions
Bridge of Allan, a short walk from campus, is one of Stirling’s hidden gems. This historic Spa Town is highly recommended as a place to visit on any trip to the area.  There are a range of short walks, shops and cafes, restaurants and bars as well as a wide range of Victorian architecture – built when the village developed into a spa town during the Victorian era.

As well as this, many of Scotland’s most famous tourist attractions lie within easy reach of Stirling Venues’ campus. Less than two miles away, dominating the skyline, is the spectacular Stirling Castle, from which one can gaze across Bannockburn, scene of Robert the Bruce’s epic victory in 1314.

Loch Lomond and the rugged Highlands are also easily accessible from Stirling’s central location and the vibrant and cosmopolitan cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh are each just a mere 45 minutes’ drive away.

More information is available from Destination Stirling.

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