The redeveloped Argyll and Sutherland Highlander Regimental Museum has now re- opened after extensive renovations. The links between Stirling Castle and the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders reach back through 200 years of distinguished service.
The museum located in the King’s Old Building tells the story that connects the Regiment with the soldiers’ and their families’ home communities. Home to a wealth of military treasures and artefacts, the museum brings the rich cultural links of one of Scotland’s great Highland regiments to life.
There will be an initial limit on visitors to the museum and one-way systems will be in place in some locations Entry to the museum is included in the castle ticket, which must be booked in advance.
Located in the Inner Close