Find out more about what to see and do in West Lothian this month here.
This September there’s plenty going on right across West Lothian. On the weekend of the 14th and 15th Doors Open Days return to West Lothian for 2019. Offering free access to a variety of different sites, Doors Open Days is Scotland’s largest free festival that celebrates heritage and the built environment. You’ll find listings of venues taking part on our website. That same weekend, in Broxburn the Bridge 19:40 Canal Society are holding a Narrowboat Cruise to the Almond Aqueduct. Tickets always sell fast so make sure you book in advance to confirm your chance to visit.
The 28th also marks the first show of Linlithgow Art Guilds 50th anniversary season. The Concert for Clarinet and Piano, featuring Jean Johnson and Steven Osborne, takes place at Linlithgow Academy Theatre from 19.30. Tickets are available online, as well as at a variety of shops in Linlithgow.
If you’re looking for a challenge, don’t forget the John Muir way has recently launched their new “Passport” scheme. The route, split into a variety of sections, goes all the way from Dunbar in the East to Helensburgh in the West - with the route passing through West Lothian near Linlithgow. You can complete the route in parts as you wish, with passports available to purchase at Linlithgow Museum. Within West Lothian, you can get your passport stamped at Burgh Halls, Linlithgow Museum & Linlithgow Palace.