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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
All reviews mary queen of scots nooks and crannies historic scotland next door explorer pass worth the climb central courtyard information boards ticket office dressed in period costume scottish history great place to visit walk around gift shop michael's church well worth the visit sunny day
Had a great visit with my partner and 4 year old.
Lots to look out for with the quiz, some questions a little more difficult than others. Crafts laid out in wine cellar area. Lots of interpretation to look at and read, if you want...More
We spent a lovely Sunday afternoon exploring this historic site, the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots. The setting is beautiful and there was a wedding on when we were there which enhanced the visit . Lovely little gift shop and very welcoming staff. Take...More
We caught to train from Edinburgh and walked through Linlithgow to the Palace. The staff were so informative and friendly. We enjoyed exploring the ruins and taking a walk by the Loch. Highly recommend.
I went twice, once during the spring and once in the summer. Both times I was impressed by the pristine state of the site, the wonderful location, and the helpful staff. In the summer, local children dressed up in period costumes give you a tour...More
came back after many years(20) from our first visit., Brought my daughter and her Canadian boyfriend. They loved it as did we. I can't help but wonder how it would have looked in its heyday. Amazing place and lots to explore and discover.
Linlithgow Palace has lots to offer in terms of history and it has been used for several films and TV series , notably Outlander . Linlithgow Palace was used as Wentworth Prison in Outlander TV series . The prison corridors and entrance were used in...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.