Bannockburn accessibility guide

The multi-award-winning Battle of Bannockburn experience has level access throughout.

Welcome

Contact for accessibility enquiries: Ross Crawford
Tel: 01786 812664
Email: bannockburn2014@nts.org.uk

We have a concessionary rate for disabled visitors and a complimentary ticket policy for personal assistants.

During the summer, we advise booking in advance.

Visitor reviews of accessibility can be found on the Euan’s Guide website.

At a glance

There is level access from the main entrance to:

  • Ticket/information desk
  • Accessible toilet
  • Shop
  • Café
  • Battleground

We have a viewing area at the battle table for wheelchair users.

Getting here

The Battle of Bannockburn
Glasgow Road
Whins of Milton
Stirling
FK7 0LJ

Parking

  • We have a car park with six accessible parking spaces, less than 50m from the main entrance. Parking is free for members.
  • Visitors can be dropped off in the car park.
  • From the car park to the entrance, there is level access.

Arrival

  • From the street to the main entrance, there is level access.
  • The main entrance has level access.
  • The main door is sliding and automatic.

Getting around inside

  • We have a lift, which provides access to all floors.
  • There is a public toilet for disabled visitors with wide doorways, safety rails/bars, and automatic hand-activated flush, taps and hand dryers.
  • From the main entrance to the public toilet, there is level access.

Getting around outside

  • From the main entrance to the parkland, battleground and memorials, there is level access.

Things to see and do

Experience

  • Experience the Battle of Bannockburn in thrilling 3D and take your place in the virtual battle room. 
  • Contains video and audio.
  • Entry is by pre-booked time slots. 
  • At weekends and during holidays, there’s often a range of additional activities, such as archery and weapons handling.

For more information and to book tickets please visit the Battle of Bannockburn micro-site.

Shop

  • Our shop is packed full of Battle of Bannockburn merchandise.
  • From the main entrance to the shop, there is level access. The route through the shop is 800mm wide, or more.

Café

  • From the main entrance to the dining area, there is level access. To get to a table, there are no steps.
  • The dining area is self-service. The route through the dining area is 800mm wide, or more.
  • There is no background music.
Video of visitors at the innovative Battle of Bannockburn experience.

Guide last updated: 6 February 2018