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170 acres of woodlands, parklands and garden including vertiginous slopes abutting the Avon Gorge, now in the care of Falkirk Council.
The Linlithgow Story tells of the town's connection with the Stewart dynasty and the lives and occupations of its ordinary people, using artefacts supplemented by video and audio presentations.
Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys
One of the finest examples of a large medieval burgh church.
One of the most important prehistoric monuments on the mainland of Scotland, Cairnpapple was used as a burial and ceremonial site from about 3000 to 1400 BC.
Cruise to the Avon Aqueduct on "St Magdalene" - a 40 seater canal boat. Departs 2:30 returns 5pm Sat & Sun. Half hour Town Boat Trips from 2 till 4:30pm. Tearoom and Canal Museum. Also charters & Hires.
Historic Buildings & Homes
The magnificent ruin of a great Royal Palace set in its own park and beside Linlithgow Loch.
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Welcome to The Museum of Scottlsh Railways, Scotland’s largest railway museum. Open 7 days a week April-October.
Based in Bo’ness, just a 40 minute drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh, this railway offers the chance to board a vintage steam or diesel-hauled train.
One of Scotland's most impressive strongholds, Blackness Castle was built in the 15th century by one of Scotland's most powerful families, the Crichtons.
The Bennie Museum opened in 1989 as a museum of Bathgate's history and life.