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Guided Building Tours

Selected dates from Saturday 18 May 2019 to Saturday 7 December 2019

Engine Shed

Family friendly, General interest
Least technical
A volunteer standing smiling inside the Engine Shed wearing a grey Engine Shed fleece

Join us for a free guided tour of our building - Scotland’s dedicated building conservation centre.

Our building in Stirling was once a military goods and transfers shed, built sometime between 1896 and 1913. The exact details of its construction were subject to an information blackout and are still unknown today. 

In 2017, after an extensive restoration, we opened our doors to the public. 

During the guided tour, you’ll learn more about our building including:

  • How it was made using traditional materials in a contemporary way 

  • How we’ve recycled or restored many other traditional materials during the restoration

Select from 11 available dates until Sat 07 Dec 2019

(This calendar is for informational purposes only, please select a date when booking your tickets.)

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