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Linlithgow Palace

Forth Valley Tourist Route

The birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots and James V, Linlithgow Palace is a loch side treasure, an elegant ruin and was once a favoured royal residence for Stuart kings and queens. Another must-see location from the Outlander TV series, it was filmed as a prison entrance and corridors in the scene where Jamie was imprisoned. Whilst in town you can also explore the art exhibitions at the Burgh Halls, browse the local shops for some great gifts and, on weekends across the summer months, visit Linlithgow Canal Centre and take a short cruise on the Union Canal.

You are 14 miles through this 43 mile route
The mileage is estimated for guidance only. Please check exact directions and traffic conditions before you begin your journey

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