A stunning building with a dedicated art gallery, offering a café with garden, visitor information, events, classes, elegant spaces for hire and much more.
Linlithgow Burgh Halls has been transformed into a stunning resource that truly has something for everyone.
The building now includes a superb art gallery, two stylish, contemporary function rooms and a stunning roof terrace perfect for weddings and other events, as well as an education room, café and much more.
The iconic building at the heart of Linlithgow's scenic Cross area re-opened in 2011 after undergoing a £5.2 million restoration, thanks to funding from West Lothian Council in partnership with the Heritage Lottery Fund, Historic Scotland and The National Lottery through Creative Scotland. Visitors to the Burgh Halls will find a new modern reception area with visitor information and panels detailing the heritage and history of the building, and the cafe, with a full height glass wall opening into the patio and Rose Garden area.
Whether you drop in for a coffee and snack, meet friends for lunch, want to see the current fine art exhibition or just want to admire the transformation of this historic building there are lots of reasons why you should visit Linlithgow Burgh Halls.
Linlithgow BID have produced an excellent video showcasing Linlithgow Burgh Halls in all its beauty. Available to view below:
Linlithgow Burgh Halls
Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat: 9am– 5pm
Tue & Thur: 9am– 9pm
Sun: 11am– 5pm
Cafe opening times differ
Free entry to exhibitions. For events & classes please see advertised price.
On Foot: Linlithgow Burgh Halls is located in The Cross, the focal point of the town centre in the centre of the High Street. The main entrance to the building is accessed from the Kirkgate running up to Linlithgow Palace.
By Train Linlithgow Train Station is a 5 min walk along the High Street to Linlithgow Burgh Halls.
By Bus There is a circular town service and regular bus services to Linlithgow Cross from Edinburgh, Falkirk, Stirling, South Queensferry, Bo'ness and Bathgate.
By Car From Edinburgh: Take the M9 Motorway from Edinburgh, which is signposted to Stirling. Leave the M9 at Junction 3. At the roundabout just past the Tesco supermarket turn right onto the High Street and proceed to The Cross where there is Pay & Display parking.
From Glasgow/Stirling: Take the A80/M80 from Glasgow towards Stirling and then the M9 towards Edinburgh. Exit at Junction 4 and take the A803 to Linlithgow. You will cross the river Avon at Linlithgow Bridge and should proceed straight on, past the roundabout at the Westport, to the High Street and proceed to The Cross where there is Pay & Display parking.
Alternatively use the M8 Glasgow/Edinburgh motorway, exit at Junction 4 to the A801 and then fork right to the A706, which is signposted to Linlithgow. You will arrive in the town at the Leisure Centre. After passing under the railway (traffic lights) you should turn right at the roundabout on to the High Street.
From Fife & The North (Via the Forth Road Bridge): Take the M90/A90 and cross the Forth Road Bridge (no tolls going south). Exit left immediately after crossing the bridge and take the A904 (3rd exit from the roundabout) you can then stay on the A904 until it reaches a "T" junction at Champany where you should turn left for Linlithgow on the A803 or use a short stretch of the M9, exiting onto the A803 at Junction 3. The A803 enters Linlithgow from the east.
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