The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's)

'Sans Peur'       Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders red and white dicing       'Ne Obliviscaris'



Regimental Headquarters and Museum - Stirling Castle

After the Argylls left the Castle in 1964, a plan was devised to restore and maintain it in good order for the Nation. To this end, in the late 1990's, and at a cost of 6 million, the barrack rooms were demolished from within the Great Hall and it was completely restored to its former glory. The finished design and structure is simply awesome!

The Castle is now a national monument maintained by Historic Scotland and is the home of the Regimental Museum of the A&SH.

The Museum, which is situated in the King's Old Building, contains a very interesting and comprehensive display of:-
  • Banners of the Pipes & Drums
  • Battalion Documents
  • Military Artefacts
  • Photographs
  • Pictures
  • Regimental Colours
  • Regimental Silver
  • Uniforms
  • Utensils
  • Victoria Cross and Gallantry Medals - there are 8 VC's on display - Click here for more details
  • Weapons
It is an authentic and lasting historical record of one of Scotland's finest Regiments. You should go and see it, you will not be disappointed!
 
Aerial view of Stirling Castle from the north west
Aerial view of Stirling Castle from the north west
 

Enquiries:

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regimental Museum
The Castle
Stirling
FK8 1EH
Scotland
UK
Telephone: 01786 475165
E-mail: museum@argylls.co.uk
Web Site: http://www.argylls.co.uk



Historic Scotland
Stirling Castle
Stirling
FK8 1EH
Scotland
UK
Telephone: 01786 450000

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