The Wallace monument is a monument to William Wallace in Stirling, Scotland. Since I was in Stirling with friends we ended up going up acting like tourists.
It takes about 10-15 mins climbing up the hill, which is fun and good exercise. Anyone can climb up the hill to the monument, but it costs £9.99 to go inside. To be honest if you don't want to go in, you get a good view over Stirling just climbing up the hill.
Inside you climb a narrow spirl stair of 246 steps and there's four different floors, the hall of arms, the hall of heros, the Royal chamber and the top is the crown where you can see a view of Stirling.
When you leave you can sign the guestbook. There was people from far as California, Florida and Australia signed it that day which was pretty cool. Then there was me from bonny Scotland.