Are you visiting Stirling or Scotland for the first time and would like to buy a beautiful souvenir to remember your trip forever? Or maybe you’re going abroad and want to bring a piece of your home to your hosts? Stirling has fantastic shops that offer a great variety of products made in Scotland and Scottish gift items.
This guide is an abbreviated version of our Gift Shopping Guide page and focuses only on Scotland-made or Scottish-themed products.
Continue reading to learn more about some perfect souvenir shops or use the buttons to jump to the section if you know what you’re looking for,
Homeware Made in Scotland
Made In Stirling
Made in Stirling offers local designers, makers and artists the opportunity to retail their work on the high street.
The shop is filled with beautiful artwork, cards, homeware, jewellery, craft kits, tote bags, clothes, decorations, jams, candles, scents and much more.
Everything you buy at Made In Stirling is an exclusive original gift made by a local. Visit their hub on King Street or shop online.
You can find Made in Stirling at 44 King Street.
Contempo sells a fantastic collection of contemporary design-led Scottish gifts and Internationally sourced gifts, greetings cards, souvenirs and homewares.
We really love their homeware and selection of plush toys, jewellery, tweed handbags and cards. You can visit their shop at 19 King Street or shop online.
Keepsakes offers a wide range of high-quality products including jewellery, ornaments, artworks, homeware, cushions and cards and is part of a small chain of independent gift shops. You can visit Keepsakes Shop at 15-17 Port Street.
If you’re interested to hear how the shop started have a read through our story about Keepsakes.
Born In Scotland
Born In Scotland offers an extraordinary array of unique and irreverent gifts created by some of Scotland’s most exciting designers and producers. In this shop you will hardly find any tartan but what you will find are designers riffing on Irn Bru, bays full of cracking craft gin, kids books in Scots, funky homewares including Tunnocks cushions and Buckfast candles, a wee bit of swearing and some super-cool Scottish food.
The gift shop sells products which are a representation of real Scotland, the one we all know and love.
You can find Born In Scotland in the Thistles Shopping Centre opposite Boots.
Whisky, Gin & Beer
The Scottish Gantry stocks over 170 gins, 170 whiskies, 200 wines, 100 beers and many other alcoholic beverages such as fortified wines, rums, cognacs & brandies, tequilas & mezcals, liqueurs, vermouths you name it. We are sure anyone would choose.
You can visit the shop on Murray place, just by the entrance to the Arcade, or shop online.
Stirling Gin Distillery
Stirling Gin Distillery has a fantastic selection of their Stirling distilled products, gift collections and limited gin editions and gift sets. Recently, they introduced their whisky label and a new blue gin label. They also sell gift vouchers or you can gift your loved one a membership.
Shop online or visit the distillery in the Old Smiddy, just at the foot of Stirling Castle.
Coffee & Local Produce
If you’re putting together a hamper with gifts from Stirling or love coffee and want to take it home with you, then you need to include coffee beans from Stirling Coffee. They have many flavours and even offer subscriptions. Or how about some loose tea?
Visit their new shop on King Street or shop online.
The Pend Cafe Deli Bistro
Find Scottish produce (e.g. cheese, jams, crackers) and local hand-made gifts at the Pend Cafe Deli Bistro.
Find the Pend in the pend at 81 Port Street.
Tartan & Kilts
House of Henderson
House of Henderson have an amazing selection of highland wear. We love their kilt accessories. Find the House of Henderson at 6-8 Friars Street.
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A Wee Favour
A gift from A Wee Favour would be fantastic if you’re attending a wedding abroad. A Wee Favour sells small hand-made tartan products that would make anyone smile. Brooches, bowties, pocket squares and locally made jewellery can be bought in their shop on Friars Street. They also have a small selection of locally made products.