Falkirk Muir Battlefield Trail and Monument
The Battle of Falkirk Muir was fought on the afternoon of 17th January 1746 between Jacobite forces commanded by Prince Charles Edward and Lord George Murray, and the Government troops of General Henry Hawley. It was the largest battle of the ’45 and a Jacobite victory. A circular trail of 4km takes in the monument and key locations.
At all times. Free.
National Museum of Scotland
A national museum with wide-ranging collections containing a large quantity of very important Jacobite material including weapons, medals, costume, glass, manuscripts and personal items including Prince Charles’ silver canteen. The standard of the Appin Stewarts carried at Culloden is currently on display. The regimental colour of Barrels Regiment, also carried at Culloden is not. Please check if you are hoping to see specific items.
Opening hours. Admission free (Some special exhibitions have admission charge).
Phone: 0300 123 6789