Stirling Castle – Limited Edition Print


The Scottish Mist has parted sufficiently for us to catch a glimpse of Stirling Castle.

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Dimensions 69 × 46 cm
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Stirling Castle Print in the mist is one of our best selling Prints of Scotland. Edinburgh Castle and Castle from the Grassmarket are both signed and numbered limited edition Prints for sale.

Stirling Art Prints for sale from Alan Red Gallery. View our large collection of Scottish Prints including Stirling Castle.

Stirling Castle, located in Stirling, is one of the largest and most important castles in Scotland, both historically and architecturally. The castle sits atop Castle Hill, an intrusive crag, which forms part of the Stirling Sill geological formation

Visitors Guide to Scotland

Ancient castles, battlefields and national heroes

How many historic heroes and legends can you encounter in a visit to Stirling? Rather a lot, for this ancient old town is home to some of Scotland’s most epic events, and the captivating stage for some of the nation’s most romantic, most courageous, most memorable figures.

Stirling Castle

Absolute must-do’s include the glorious Stirling Castle with its Royal Palace – the fabled walls steeped in plotting and intrigue – as well as the Chapel Royal, the Regimental Museum and loads for younger visitors. From its rocky eyrie, this imposing fortress rewards your stroll up Stirling town’s cobbled main street with spectacular views over beautiful Stirlingshire countryside.

Smith Art Gallery & Museum

Once you escape the jail, why not take in something every bit as fascinating but a little more relaxed, elegant and stylish, such as the Smith Art Gallery & Museum. The treasury of objects and paintings all reflect the culture of the town and the county – any visit to Stirling is enriched by time spent here, surrounded by portraits of Bonnie Prince Charlie, William Wallace and other notable figures, and astonishing artefacts such as the oldest football (from 1540) and oldest curling stone (1511) on the planet. ‘The Smith’ provides an ideal place to take a break – the Gallery Café will make you most welcome, and there are plenty of picnic spots in the two acres of grounds.


The Scottish Mist has parted sufficiently for us to catch a glimpse of Stirling Castle.

Available in smaller sizes please contact

or telephone +44(0) 1661 820 626