Garden of Time
The Garden of Time is a beautiful haven where all are welcome to enjoy a peaceful moment surrounded by nature, history and art.
As part of the University of Stirling’s 50th anniversary celebrations in 2017, the University redeveloped an existing garden to create a new concept: a Garden of Time. Located to the east of the campus, the Garden enjoys spectacular views of Airthrey Castle, the Wallace Monument, the Ochil Hills and the prominent peak of Dumyat.
Reflecting the youthful vibrancy of the University, the Garden of Time is a place where nature meets art whilst exploring time and memory. It's a tranquil and inspirational place, which like the four seasons, will continually change and remain a place where everyone can visit, relax, imagine and dream new possibilities.
Landscape architects, designers and university curators have created a place of natural beauty within the campus’ historic parkland setting. The Garden features floral meadows, specimen trees, mowed lawn walkways, a walking labyrinth and unique sculptures.
How to find the Garden of Time
Follow Hermitage Road and you'll find The Garden of Time next to Alexander Court and opposite the Airthrey Golf Pavilion. Find out more on getting around campus.
Sun to the Stone
Be part of the Garden
We’re currently in the first phase of developing the Garden of Time, and there are a range of ways you can mark a memory or recognise a loved one. These include:
How to Donate
If you’d like to purchase a path stone, adopt a tree or support the acquisition of sculptures for the Garden of Time, please contact email@example.com for details. Everyone is welcome to contribute to the development of the garden and mark their memories.