Robert the bruce centre bannockburn
Monument to Robert the Bruce at Bannockburn. HISTORIANS from the Robert the Bruce Heritage Centre dispel some of the myths surrounding the great Scottish king. The scene on the large 3D screen is the famous fight at the start of the great battle where King Robert the Bruce fells his opponent and breaks the handle of his axe.The Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre is a 3D immersive experience designed to bring Scottish history to life. L ocated on the site where Robert the Bruce raised his standard and assembled the Scottish Army in 1314, the Battle of Bannockburn Experience takes you through a series of 3D films depicting the events during and surrounding the battle. robert the bruce centre bannockburn
Distant view of Robert 'the Bruce King of Scotland, and the Rotunda at the Bannockburn Heritage Centre. (Pictured here) Outside, Robert the Bruce sits distantly and grimly. Around him and his Rotunda, there is mown grass, a swathe of parkland that might, just might, have been part of the battlefield.
The Bannockburn experience. Focusing on the brutal mechanics of war, it's the tactics and choices of Robert the Bruce and King Edward II that take centre stage. The experience also explores the stories of the battle, common myths and misconceptions as well Bannockburn Visitor Centre. In 1932 the Bannockburn Preservation Committee, under Edward Bruce, 10th Earl of Elgin and Kincardine, presented lands to the National Trust for Scotland. Further lands were purchased in 1960 and 1965 to facilitate visitor access. A modern monument stands in arobert the bruce centre bannockburnRating: 4.37 / Views: 649