Linlithgow Tourist Attractions
The town of Linlithgow (pop. 4,300) lies 4mi/6.4km west of House of the Binns and it possesses a fine row of well-preserved 16th century houses.The Linlithgow Houses are owned by the National Trust of Scotland. The houses were restored in 1658, and let.
House of the Binns
Address: West Lothian, Linlithgow EH49 7NA, Scotland
St Michael's Church
Address: Church Office, Cross House, Linlithgow EH39 7AL, Scotland
About 4mi/6.4km south of Linlithgow lie the stones of Cairnpapple Hill. This prehistoric sacred site probably dates from the Neolithic Era about 3000 B.C., although the stone circles and burial chamber were probably added during the early Bronze Age by the Beaker people.
Address: Longmore House, Salisbury Place, Jedburgh TD8 6JQ, Scotland
Linlithgow Heritage Centre
The Linlithgow Heritage Centre (143 High Street) tells the story of this historic town which was the birthplace of May Queen of Scots.
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