Stirlingshire is a traditional county in Scotland. Historical capital and the eponymous town is the city of Stirling, significant sights are Falkirk, Kilsyth Grangemouth and.

As the administrative county was Stirlingshire 1890-1975 and then went primarily in the District of Stirling and Falkirk Central region. Kilsyth with environment came 1975 on the Strathclyde region.

The Scottish regions and districts were disbanded in 1996. Since then the area of ​​the traditional county of Stirlingshire belongs to the unitary authorities Stirling, Falkirk, North Lanarkshire and East Dunbartonshire. Stirlingshire is still one of the Lieutenancy Areas of Scotland.