Discover traditional Scottish town centers, historical villages and modern shopping centers.
Great for Food and Drink
Bathgate is a traditional Scottish town with bustling streets surrounded by gentle rolling hills. Discover its past and find out what it offers today.
Great for Golf
Traditional, Scottish towns with their own unique identities offering visitors a warm welcome.
Great for History
A historical town, Linlithgow perfectly blends old and new offering visitors an array of wonderful sights, events and shopping and dining.
Great for Shopping
The largest town in West Lothian, Livingston is a modern, thriving centre with many attractions for visitors and residents making it the perfect place to visit for a day out in the central belt of Scotland.
West Lothian makes a fantastic visit for many great reasons. With our rich heritage, friendly towns, great shopping and wide open spaces.
Discover places to visit, activities and events, food & drink and accommodation. Plan your next short break, family holiday or relaxing get-away in West Lothian today.Things to do
A wonderful day of adventure and play featuring friendly farmyard animals.
Open all year, free to visit. Situated between Broxburn & East Calder, probably the best kept secret in West Lothian!
Wide range of activities within 370 hectares (913 acres), near historic Linlithgow. Open throughout the year, free entry.
Step into a largely intact medieval castle whose defences once guarded the Firth of Forth. An impressive venue used as infamous Fort William in Outlander.
Five Sisters Zoo is a fabulous attraction which offers fun for all the family. Take a visit to the wild side in the heart of West Lothian.
Torphican Preceptory will be closed from 4pm on Thursday 19 November 2020, following the latest Government guidance. For more information please visit https://www.historicenvironment.scot/our-reopening-plans-and-covid-19-response/. The tower and transepts of a church built by the Knights Hospitaller of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in the 13th century, much altered. Open 1st April- 30th September, weekends only
Linlithgow Palace is in a Level 4 COVID protection area, and is currently closed to visitors. This royal pleasure palace was the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots.
A stunning building with a dedicated art gallery, offering a café with garden, visitor information, events, classes, elegant spaces for hire and much more.
Jupiter Artland is a contemporary sculpture garden in the grounds of Bonnington House, just outside Edinburgh. Open 9 May to 27 September 2020.
See Owls from all over the world and enjoy the daily all-weather flying displays and Prof Hoot’s Owl School.
Popular 68 hectare (168 acre) visitor attraction near Whitburn with woodland walks, play area, picnic & BBQ facilities, Visitor Centre, golf course, driving range, bowling green and home also to the Scottish Owl Centre.
Whilst West Lothian is in Level 4, staying local is important now - but you can still get out for a walk and discover somewhere new on your doorstep.
West Lothian LEADER is a European funded grant scheme supporting business and communities in rural areas. Through their work, a number of businesses have received funding to support projects - we've compiled a list of these activities you can take part this month.
With West Lothian entering Tier 3 in Scotland's new restrictions structure, here's a basic overview of what this means to visitors to our area.