William Wallace began a war campaign against the English after Edward I invaded Scotland in 1296, when the historic war of Independence began.
The monument is on the Abbey Craig, a rocky crag from which William Wallace
and his men watched the English army gathered on the South side of Stirling
This historic monument has 246 steps take you to the top, and there are three chambers where you can stop for breath during your climb.
Look at Wallace's famous double-handed broadsword, learn about Wallace's
struggle to free Scotland from English rule. In the Scottish Hall of Heroes
you will meet other great Scots sculpted in marble. Writers, explorers,
inventors and statesmen including, Robert the Bruce, Sir Walter Scott,
David Livingstone, Robert Burns and James Watt. Visit William Wallace
Monument experience at first hand Scottish History and stay at the Terraces
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