Explore Bannockburn House!

Join us on the afternoon of Sunday 18 November for an exclusive tour of the amazing Bannockburn House.

Constructed shortly after 1675 this building has a fascinating and prestigious history with architectural design truly worthy of its A listed status. It has been described as  ‘the most remarkable country house to be built in Stirling and Central Scotland during the 17th century’ (RCAHMS, 1963).

Recently purchased by the local community, the building is in the pre-development phase. We will be given a tour of the main house, ancient grounds, coach house and outbuildings (also A listed). Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available after the tour, giving attendees the opportunity to ask our guides any questions and to take another look at this unique building.

Getting to Bannockburn House

Meet at Stirling Train Station at 2pm, where we will be collected and driven to the property by minibus.

Information about the visit

The tour and tea will last for two hours after which we will be returned to Stirling Train Station around 4.30pm.

Attendees are asked to please wrap up warm with sturdy footwear, as the property will be fairly cool at this time of year.

This tour will fantastically compliment the Case Study talk that we will receive from Bannockburn House Project Director, Jim Bennet on Community Asset Transfers on day one of our conference.


Cost is £14 per person to include transport and refreshments.

You can book tickets to this study visit through Eventbrite at the time of booking your conference tickets – or separately if you wish.