The Wallacewell Cross stands near Royston Mains Farm on Royston Road, and is set in a rural setting on the very edge of Glasgow. It marks the site where the Wallace was captured.
The cross is 20 feet high and is made of red Peterhead granite set on a high base and sited within a railed enclosure in a walled recess off the road. Messrs Stewart McGlashen & Son of Edinburgh were the sculptors of the monument.
Just along the road from the monument is a site well known as Wallace’s Well, and it is reputed to have been associated with him.
Robroyston, Lumloch Road, Glasgow G64 1UW