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King Street - a key shopping street in stirling

Stirling City Centre

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Baker Street
King Street
Murray Place


King Street completes 'The Royal Way' with it's wide pedestrian friendly street scape, bordered with The Old Victorian Shopping Arcade gives King Street yet another shopping dimension. Built in 1881, the Arcade still retains most of its original features and architecture.

The Athenaeum dominates the top of King Street with its spire and majestic statue of William Wallace (Braveheart). Built in 1816 as a reading room (library) and then in 1859 had the statue and portico added by Charles Rogers, the man responsible for the Wallace monument.