The museum tells the story of the traditional trades associated with Linlithgow particularly of the textile industries but the garden is a real gem. It's a traditional rigg shape ie each house had a kitchen garden an inner rigg whilst keeping cattle on the outer riggs in pastureland away from the house. The garden rises up on terraces each packed with traditional fruit, vegetables and particularly herbs. Not only is it lovely on a June day it's also extremely informatively labelled.
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