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Clackmannanshire Travel Guide

Places to Visit in Clackmannanshire


Lying 2 miles from Clackmannan and 6 miles east of Stirling, Alloa was once a thriving port but is now known for Alloa Tower, the oldest and largest surviving keep in Scotland.

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A small burgh situated between Stirling and Culross, Clackmannan has lent its name to the Scotland's smallest county, Clackmannanshire. Clackmannan now boasts Clackmannan Tower, once property of Robert the Bruce and the mysterious Mannau Stone.

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Lying at the foot of the Ochils, Dollar is excellently situated for walking. The town is known for Dollar Academy, the oldest co-educational school in the world and Castle Campbell, one of the most picturesquely situated castles in Scotland.

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Castle Campbell

A popular favourite, Castle Campbell occupies an enviable position upon an isolated spur above Dollar. The traditional lowland seat of the Campbell Clan, Dollar Castle dates predominantly to the 15th century.

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