Stirling City Heritage Trust
Join Stirling City Heritage Trust for an illustrated lecture ‘Who built Stirling?’ about the architects of Stirling’s historic buildings.
Stirling Castle, perched on it's rocky, volcanic outcrop, is the most prominent of Stirling’s historic buildings but the city boasts a great variety of architecture. Stirling has everything from a grand 19th Century Shopping Arcade to an 18th Century Inn. Did you know that King Street was once home to six banks, or that Stirling Train Station was designed by renowned Glasgow based architect James Miller?
During this illustrated lecture we’ll be exploring the architects and the buildings which make Stirling’s historic townscape unique.
Please note this talk is on Tuesday 19th September at 6:30pm, doors open at 6:15pm.
Pre-booking is recommended, please use link to book https://www.stirlingcityheritagetrust.org/blog/doors-open-days-talk-who-built-stirling
Where to find us
- The Smith Art Gallery and Museum
- 40 Albert Place, Kings Park
- FK8 2RQ
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