Welcome to the Robert the Bruce Heritage Centre

The Robert the Bruce Heritage Centre is run by a group of dedicated volunteers and historians, 'the Strathleven Artizans' who are based in the village of Renton near the ancient capital of Strathclyde in Dumbarton, on the historical site of the King's manor house, where he spent the last years of his life.

Our soul aim is to inform society of the 'Royal Connection' and rich medieval history soaked in the surrounding areas.

In spreading the word of Scotland's greatest King, we visit schools all over the country, letting the children appreciate our knowledge and hands-on approach in learning something of their own heritage and past.

We strive to builing in the future, a replica of the 'Royal manor house,' opening it to the public as a first class visitor centre and a historical hub of local information.

Welcome to our page and visitors centre, please feel free in contacting us for a chat or school visit in your area.

The Great Throne Project

Read all about the Great Throne Project

The Strathleven Artizans and Historic Scotland join forces to create a replica of the Great Throne. Read more...

Sketch of the Great Throne

Featured in the Scotsman's Scotland on Sunday article by Jeremy Watson "Reconstructing the throne of Robert the Bruce".