A rarely visited gem
St. Ninian's Church is located in an area of the city of Stirling with the same name. There is historical evidence that suggests there has always been a religious temple in this area, going back to the time of the Ancient Celts, but the building that stands near the cemetery today was built in 1730. The church was used to store gunpowder and suffered major damage, so it was rebuilt in 1751, and the last major restoration work was completed in 1937. It's currently in service, and offers a picturesque image of Stirling, which will take you back in time. The cemetery should not be overlooked as it is almost a sculpture museum.