Set into 330 acres of beautiful Scottish countryside, with the breathtaking backdrop of the Ochil Hills and majestic Wallace Monument. At the heart of our idyllic campus sits Airthrey Loch, home to an abundance of wildlife and overlooked by its 18th century namesake, Airthrey Castle.
The campus is just a short drive from many of Scotland’s most iconic historical attractions, including Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument and Stirling Old Town Jail. Nearby, perhaps one of the most important of all Scotland’s resting places, Rob Roy MacGregor’s grave, and just a short walk from there is the Puterach Stone. To prove oneself a man you would have been required to lift the stone... and if you were really strong, put it on the wall.
Accommodation for visiting historians or historical groups is plentiful and can be booked via our helpful team who will also be pleased to advise you on the area’s most important and ‘not to be missed’ sites. Additionally, we can provide theatre space and break out rooms for historical lectures and workshops.
Did you know that all surplus income generated from our clients is reinvested into the University to ensure an outstanding experience for current and future generations of students?