Alloa Tower is the largest surviving keep in Scotland. it was home to generations of the Earls of Mar, who played host to many of Scotland's monacrhs..
The tower has seen many alterations over the years, but still retains many of its medieval features such as the dungeon.
In the care of National Trust for Scotland.
Admission Charge, Adult £5.00,
But visible fexternally from the public park for free
Clackmannan Tower stands at the top of King's Sea Hill. It dates from the 14th Century, although it has ben altered through the ages, it was once owned by Robert the Bruce.
In the care of Historic Scotland.
No admission fee, but can only be viewed from outside at present.
The Parish Church was built in 1815, although St Serf may have founded a church on this site in the 6th C.
Inside is the Coronation Window, gifted to the church to mark the accesion of Queen Elizabeth in 1953.
Dollar Glen lies just to the north of the small town of Dollar. Dominated by castle Campbell at the head of the Glen, there are fine walks down to the town from the castle. the route is deeply wooded.
About 10 miles east of Stirling, just of the A91 road.