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Linlithgow Palace

Following the latest Scottish Government announcement for mainland Scotland, the palace 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.

This royal pleasure palace was the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots.

  • Overview
  • Key info
  • Getting There
  • Free Onsite Parking
  • Children Welcome
  • Pet Friendly
  • On Public Transport Route
  • Bike Storage Available
  • Only Cash or Debit/Credit Card
  • Open

Following the latest Scottish Government announcement for mainland Scotland, the palace 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.

Address

Linlithgow Palace
Kirkgate
Linlithgow
EH497AL

Tickets offers

  • Adults £7.20
  • Children £4.30
  • Concessions £5.40

Following the latest Scottish Government announcement for mainland Scotland, the palace 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.

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