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The magnificent ruin of a great Royal Palace set in its own park and beside Linlithgow Loch. A favoured residence of the Stewart kings and queens from James I (1406-37) onward. Building work commissioned by James I, III, IV, V and VI can be seen...more
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Day visit to Linlithgow palace and what a wonderful day it was. The entry fee is £6 per adult and worth every penny considering that other similar properties charge £16 per person and do not offer anything near to what you get here for your...More
I have seen Linlithgow Palace from the outside for years but had not been inside until recently. I was amazed at what stood behind the walls! The outside gives absolutely nothing away. There is so much history here. There are a lot of different stairways...More
This palace is worth the visit! If you are lucky, find a lady stuck in history to engage you with the history of the castle and the period it was actively occupied. She is brilliant. The signage are very helpful and safety has been taken...More
We had a great time climbing the stairs and ducking though the doorway. Finding all the hidden alcoves. The Palace allows you to use your imagination throughout. Good entry price for the amount of time we spent exploring.
We were visiting by narrow boat and came into town to visit the castle and church next door. Had a great tour given by local students. Wonderful walking tour of the facility. We then walked all the way around the lake to get some pretty...More
We joined a t historical walking tour of Linlithgow this morning. Our guide was called Anne and she made the tour very interesting and informative. Our tour finished at the palace which is steeped in history. We all enjoyed it very much and would recommend...More
Yes. You have an inside museum portion that explain the build up of the conflict...nicely reconstituted. And you have your guide that will explain you on the battlefield how it happened with lots of stories. Definitely worth... More
Yes. You have an inside museum portion that explain the build up of the conflict...nicely reconstituted. And you have your guide that will explain you on the battlefield how it happened with lots of stories. Definitely worth it.