Annet House Museum and Garden
There is no better time to visit this extraordinary vision of the past of Linlithgow – one of Scotland’s oldest and most important Royal Burghs, leader in civic affairs, military stronghold and playground of kings – and a queen.
museum is based at Annet House, a large Georgian town dwelling and garden in the High Street, and tells the story of the town, as well as the folk who supported, fought about, and witnessed the great events at the Burgh’s heart. The Collection serves to preserve this Heritage of the former Royal Burgh of Linlithgow for the enjoyment and education of both local people and visitors.
Within the next two years, the museum will move to the newly-refurbished County Buildings at The Cross of Linlithgow. This will mean, regrettably, leaving the garden behind, but will provide a roomier, more accessible attraction, with easy access to facilities in the same building for more detailed study of the history of the area, and within strolling distance of the heartland of Scottish History.
Address143 High St, ,
Linlithgow, West Lothian, EH49 7EJ.