An easy-to-follow walk round Linlithgow starting at The Cross.
This walk will take you round the main places of architectural and historical interest in Linlithgow.
Use the map at the back of the guide and/or follow the directions in italics.
You should follow the route in numerical order, however you can split the walk into sections.
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Travel by Car
In Linlithgow off the M9, Postcode EH497AL
Travel by Public Transport
There are regular train services to Linlithgow from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Walk 2 minutes to Linlithgow High Street, near Station Road; progress westwards to the Palace.
If you're planning on visiting the Palace, Torphichen Preceptory and Blackness Castle, then buy your PLUSBUS ticket at only £2.30 for one day of unlimited travel, it is definitely worth while
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Following the latest Scottish Government announcement for mainland Scotland, the castle is now closed. Any visitors with pre-booked tickets from Thursday 24 December up until and inclusive of Sunday 31 January will be automatically refunded. Find out more about our COVID response on our website: historicenvironment.scot. 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.
Stand on a once sacred hilltop where people first held rituals and raised monuments 6000 years ago. Closed until Summer 2021.