Booking group and FITs visits to Bannockburn for 2014 and beyond!
A major new attraction for group and FIT programmes from 2014, Bannockburn is within easy reach of Edinburgh and Glasgow - perfect for both day trips and as an exciting start or finish of tours of Scotland.
The new Battle of Bannockburn experience opens to the public on 1 March 2014.
We are currently welcoming groups from 1 April 2014.
March-October: 10am-5.30pm, daily
November-February: 10am-5pm, daily
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day
Block out dates
Monday 23 June - Thursday 3 July 2014 inclusive
Due to the anniversary celebrations, we are unfortunately unable to accept bookings to The Battle of Bannockburn experience during the above dates.
2014 introductory group rate: £8 per person (based on minimum of 12 pax). Includes UK VAT.
Exclusive to the travel trade, you will also be able to visit Bannockburn with a valid:
- National Trust for Scotland flexible, multi-day Discover Ticket. By becoming an NTS agent will also receive 25% commission on all Discover Tickets you sell.
- Scottish Heritage Pass which offers unlimited access to all National Trust for Scotland and Historic Scotland properties - including nearby Stirling Castle. From 2014, the pass also provides access to nine Discovering Distilleries sites.
Our travel trade team is ready and waiting to take your bookings and help with your 2014 tour planning. Pre-booking is essential, as admission is by timed entry.
For all trade bookings, enquiries and information email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 0844 493 2104 or +44 131 458 0204 (from outside the UK).
Throughout the 2013 construction year, we aim to keep you informed of key developments and will be planning product presentations and familiarisation trips.
For more travel trade information on The Battle of Bannockburn, including foreign language provision, parking and general facilities, click here to download our PDF brochure.
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The Battle of Bannockburn Re-enactment 28-30 June 2014
Over the weekend of 28-30 June 2014, the National Trust for Scotland will stage a spectacular three day festival of history, music, food & drink, literature and the natural world for all the family. The festival site, beside the newly opening state of the art Bannockburn Visitor Centre, will comprise a group of “villages” built around an arena in which the largest re-enactment ever seen in Scotland will mark the 700th Anniversary of this most significant of battles in Scotland’s history.
Around 45,000 visitors from around the world including Clan representatives, will be welcomed to Bannockburn to enjoy a distinctive range of activities and performances on several stages in a packed programme. The scope of the event has been extended as a result of generous support and input from Homecoming Scotland 2014, Creative Scotland and Scotland Food & Drink and full details are currently being finalised with the assistance of a leading events management company, Unique Events.
Unique Events is being appointed to organise, manage and oversee the re-enactment weekend. Full details about the event and potential opportunities for travel trade will be available from 30 June 2013.
It is anticipated that all bookings for the re-enactment will be managed by an external ticketing agency.
To be sure you don’t miss out, please sign up to the Battle of Bannockburn e-newsletter by answering our Call To Arms.
If you’re visiting The Battle of Bannockburn contact our travel trade team and we will help suggest other attractions in the area and around Scotland, from battlefields, to castles, palaces, gardens and much more!
The Battle of Bannockburn 2014 will be one of a number a series of exciting events running as part of the Scotland’s Year of Homecoming. To find out more about Homecoming Scotland 2014 please visit www.homecomingscotland.com.