Annet House Museum - Schools
There is so much for school children to discover about the history of Linlithgow, the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots.
Not only is there a strong link with Scottish Kings and Queens and the significance of Linlithgow Palace, there is the Battle of Linlithgow Bridge and the very first recorded assassination when James Stewart, the First Earl of Moray, was shot by James Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh in 1570.
Discover how the town has changes over the decades as industries have come and gone, and see the changing landscape as the town has grown from a village to a thriving 21st century town.
Group visits by schools and youth groups are very welcome
Guided Tours, school education packs and activities appropriate to each age group are provided free of charge.
The Patio area of the Garden is available for picnic lunches.
Further details or to book a visit, contact the Custodians on 01506 670677 or submit an enquiry.