Linlithgow is well-known for its palace, the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots.
But there are many more local attractions both in and around the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow if you take a little time to investigate.
The palace itself sits in The Peel, a parkland area surrounding Linlithgow Loch where there are both fishing and sailing facilities. You can take a leisurely walk round the loch or have a picnic on The Peel.
Linlithgow’s town website provides a full outline of all the places of interest in the town itself and in the surrounding area.
Enjoy a coffee, lunch or meal before or after visiting Linlithgow and relax in a friendly atmosphere beside the Union Canal.
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