Venue Description1Apr to 30 Sept Daily, 9.30am to 5.30pm Last entry 4.45pm 1 Oct to 31 Mar Daily, 10am to 4pm Last entry 3.30pm Closed Mon 25 & Tue 26 December, Mon 1 & Tue 2 January Download our brand-new audio guide featuring the royal history of the Palace and stories from the site (included in admission price). Please note the King’s Bed Chamber and the Court Kitchen are closed. This royal pleasure palace was the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots. You can see the elaborate, restored fountain in action every Sunday in July and August. The high towers look down over the palace's grounds - the Peel - and Linlithgow Loch, an important refuge for wildlife. A Ranger Service operates on site and, back by popular demand, our Spectacular Jousting event returns this summer. View the newly unveiled statue of Mary Queen of Scots situated on the Peel.
Approach to site Approach directly from the car park. Visitor centre Entry is over a small (50mm) stone threshold and is level after that, but the surface is uneven. The visitor centre is on the level, while the shop is entered via a single step. Monument Ground floor The courtyard, the king’s fountain and the old entrance are all on the level, the floor being surfacedwith flagstones and some cobbles. The first floor is reached by one of four stone spiral staircases. Three have handrails. All have uneven treads and around 25 steps. The first floor includes the King’s Chambers, Great Hall, Chapel Royal, and a small museum showing finds from the palace and peel. There are many small level changes between rooms.
Access Statement Link: http://www.historicenvironment.scot/access
The nearest adapted toilet is at The Vennel, off the High Street, about 350m from the site’s main entrance.
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