Sir Wallace & Wilson

Sir William Wallace & Alexander Wilson

Date: Saturday, 24th August, – Time: 11.00am

Cost: £5 per person

*Payment should be made when you arrive for your tour*,

Leaving From: Walking Tours on Wheels Office, 

Paisley’s Heritage Booking Office,

c/o Shopmobility Paisley,41 Storie Street Car Park, Paisley, PA1 2AP

Contact For More Information: Telephone: Office – 07941 784932 

WALK-IN -WALLACE’S FOOTSTEPS

SCOTLAND’S NATIONAL HERO

Wallace CrestListen as costumed actors give you an insight into the life of William Wallace. From his triumph from the battlefield to the tragedy of his betrayal and capture. Here how Wallace fought for the country he loved. Join a guided tour to see how Wallace masterminded his battlefield From his triumph from the battlefield to the tragedy of his betrayal and capture. 

Here how Wallace fought for the country he loved Join a guided tour to see how Wallace masterminded his battlefield victory in 1297.

Sir William Wallace   ALEXANDER WILSON

PAISLEY’S FORGOTTEN BIRDMAN 
ALEXANDER WILSON
PAISLEY'S FORGOTTEN BIRD MANListen as costumed actors give you an insight into the life of Alexander Wilson who was born July 1766 and brought up in Paisley at the Hamills, he was educated at Paisley Grammar School and started work as an apprenticed weaver. Alexander Wilson left Scotland in 1794 and arrived in Philadelphia where he undertook an epic journey on foot to Niagara Falls, observing, sketching and shooting birds. Alexander Wilson died 23rd August 1813 and is buried in Philadelphia.

Sir William Wallace & Alexander Wilson

WALK-IN -WALLACE’S FOOTSTEPS

SCOTLAND’S NATIONAL HERO

Listen as costumed actors give you an insight into the life of William Wallace. From his triumph from the battlefield to the tragedy of his betrayal and capture. Here how Wallace fought for the country he loved. Join a guided tour to see how Wallace masterminded hi battlefileld 

From his triumph from the battlefield to the tragedy of his betrayal and capture.

Here how Wallace fought for the country he loved

Join a guided tour to see how Wallace masterminded his battlefield victory in 1297.

Sir William Wallace   ALEXANDER WILSON

PAISLEY’S FORGOTTEN BIRD MAN 
ALEXANDER WILSON

PAISLEY'S FORGOTTEN BIRD MAN

Listen as costumed actors give you an insight into the life of Alexander Wilson who was born July 1766 and brought up in Paisley at the Hamills, he was educated at Paisley Grammar School and  apprenticed as a weaver. Alexander Wilson left Scotland in 1794 and arrived in Philadelphia where he undertook an epic journey on foot to Niagara Falls, observing, sketching and shooting birds. Alexander Wilson died 23rd August 1813 and is buried in Philadelphia.