Bannockburn Heritage Centre
March-October daily (last admission to exhibition 4 pm)
November-March 10am-5pm daily (last admission to exhibition 3.15pm)
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, and 2nd January.
Grounds: Open daily, dawn till dusk.
Experience the atmosphere of Scotland’s most famous battle
The Battle of Bannockburn.
Here in 1314 King Robert, the Bruce took on the much larger English army to win the freedom that shaped Scotland’s future. At the Borestone Park stands the monumental statue of King Robert the Bruce, this has become one of Scotland’s most famous icons.
The Bannockburn Rotunda is a spectacular site and is well worth a visit. See the map of the battlefield and view the knight's armour in the visitor centre. You can also experience the epic encounter in an audio-visual show and exhibition.
See the battle brought to life and stand shoulder-to-shoulder with medieval warriors preparing for combat. Let the Battle of Bannockburn 3D experience take you to the heart of Scotland's most historic battle.
Parking facilities are available at the new visitor experience with space for 84 cars on a first come first served basis. These include 6 disabled parking bays, and 4 coach spaces.
School bookings are very popular. If you would like information on how a school visit works details can be found on our learning website.
Please note: The park surrounding the centre welcomes visitors with dogs.
For the latest information and opening times see The National Trust for Scotland