150 years of telling the Wallace Story
Since it first opened in 1869, The National Wallace Monument has continued to capture the nation’s imagination. Over the last 150 years, people have gathered to witness the opening of the crowdfunded attraction, to welcome new faces to the Hall of Heroes and to see the various additions which have been introduced to the building. During this insightful evening lecture Stirling District Tourism’s Marketing Manager, Ken Thomson, will speak about the history of the building which has shared the Wallace story with national and international visitors over the past 150 years.
Tickets for the evening lecture cost £5 (£2 for The National Wallace Monument members). Email email@example.com to reserve a seat as a limited number of tickets are available.
The lecture will be held in Legends Coffee House at The National Wallace Monument. This area is fully accessible. There will be no access to the inside of the Monument during the event.
|Thursday 4 April 2019 a 5:30 pm||1 Hour 30 mins||Wallace Monument||phone email language|