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All reviews information boards car park king james both sides well worth a visit english army hill top small church nice walk worth the detour surrounding fields peaceful place interesting place to visit killing fields red telephone box battle lines couple of hours
In this field in 1513 more people died than in some battles of the Somme - cut down by billhooks than machine gun fire, or drowned in the mud. 14,000 men diied - mostly Scots, including their king and almost all his leading lords. The...More
Brilliant historical location. Nice walk and informative boards. Free car parking and easy to find as signposted. Such a low key site for such a huge historical battle between Scotland and England. Lovely historical village of Ford nearby for cuppa and wander with the remains...More
I followed signs to Flodden Battlefield two days ago expecting not a lot but somewhat more than I was able to find which was nothing. Many of Scotland’s great and good died on that day at the hands of the English therefore I expected there...More
My friend and I visited this site as he had never been there.
5 years ago was the 500th anniversary of the battle which happened in 1513. The site was updated at the time with a new memorial and a walk included around the battlefield....More
We was looking round flodden field when a local came up and explained all about the battle to our 6 year old he pointed out landmarks where things happened such a moving experience would highly recommend a visit
As a Scot I found the maps and information very honest and not glorifying the Battle in any way.
The English won the battle and have treated it very humanely.
A very tasteful and educational walk around the battlefield is a must.
No one can brush off the enormity of 14000 killed in one day at Flodden Field. The information plates make sense of the dispositions of the troops before and during battle. Something I was not aware of is the fact the English army attacked from...More
Allow at least an hour to do this justice. The Remembering Flodden Project deserve an award for the fantastic work carried out at this historic Battlefield Site. The car park is just outside the village of Branxton opposite the church which has more information and...More
Short climb up to the top of the hill, but well worth it. Plenty of information about the history of the battle that took place in this now tranquil and beautiful spot. Potentially accessible, as there is a long, staggered ramp, as well as steps...More