The museum, located in the centre of Linlithgow within the Partnership Centre, is open Friday and Saturday 10am-4pm and Sunday 1pm-4pm.
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Featuring the Mary Queen of Scots statue looking resplendent after her recent restoration.
The collection’s trades and fraternities’ banners have returned from conservation and will be given the prominence that they deserve in our new museum exhibition
There's also a range of interactive exhibitions for those of all ages.
First Floor - Linlithgow Partnership Centre
The museum, located in the centre of Linlithgow within the Partnership Centre, is open 6 days a week.
Monday, Wednesday-Saturday 10am – 4pm;
Sunday 1pm – 4pm.
The Museum is located within The Linlithgow Partnership Centre on the High Street (opposite Burgh Halls). Head through the main entrance and up the first set of stairs to reach the museum.
Travel by Public Transport
Regular bus and train services link Linlithgow with Edinburgh and Glasgow. For
Travel by Car
From M9 northbound leave at junction 3 and follow signs for Linlithgow. From M9 southbound leave at Junction 4 and follow signs on A803 for Linlithgow
From M8 leave at junction 4 and follow signs on A706 to Linlithgow
With this fantastic site, you can find out all you want to know about the booming shale industry within the small mining town of Addiewell.
Please note, the car park has limited spaces and will be monitored. It is only available for those that have booked tickets to visit the castle and its grounds. 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.