The History of Linlithgow
Linlithgow (which took a variation of names throughout the ages including: Linliskeu, Linlychku, Lithgae and Linliscoth) is probably best know as the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots in Linlithgow Palace (which still stands today).
A historical town and strategically important as it linked Stirling Castle and Edinburgh Castle, this Royal Burgh possesses a rich past as the location for a battle, an assassination, ancient traditions mixed with the lives and times of the locals and royalty.
Step back in time and discover the tales that Linlithgow beholds.
Enter the World of Linlithgow
Many thanks goes to Bruce Jamieson, local historian, who supplied many photos and whose books were used for reference, including Linlithgow, available here.
Annet House Museum, 143 High Street, Linlithgow, EH49 7EJ, Tel: 01506 670677 Charity No SC017593