Linlithgow Palace

This majestic 15th-century palace was the birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots and is said to be haunted by her mother, Mary of Guise. Today, 450 years later, it lies in ruins, without a roof, yet it only takes a little imagination to conjure up the spectacle of the palace in its heyday as the home of the Stewart kings. The palace is situated beside a loch, where boat hire is available, within attractive parkland dotted with sculptures and a magnificent fountain, making it a perfect spot for a stroll.

Linlithgow Palace


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