The Royal Burgh of Linlithgow Guided Tours that include customised tours for coach parties and small groups of tourists.
We provide Blue Badge Tour Guides who are only too willing to provide an entertaining and enjoyable guided tour of Historic Linlithgow, the Birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots.
Your Tour of Linlithgow will be personalised to your needs dependant on your requirements and the time you have available to spend in this wonderful oasis of historic and recreational delights.
Parking made Easy
Linlithgow Tours can provide spacious parking facilities at Kingsfield Leisure, the 4 Star Visit Scotland Award Winning Activity Centre, which is located just beside Junction 3 of the M9 on the east side of the town.
This Parking facility is unique to Linlithgow Tours and takes all the hassle out of visiting the Royal Burgh and avoiding the well known parking restrictions in the centre of Linlithgow.
This way you can enjoy our GREEN TOURISM tours of ALL the Historic sites without worrying about Parking meters or double yellow lines!
We can arrange a light lunch or a Banquet fit for Mary herself in the town or in the beautiful surrounding countryside.We can also provide food, refreshments and music on board the St.Magdalene and Victoria.
Check out local accommodation and suggested visits by Linlithgow Tours at Linlithgow’s own Tourism website
PROMOTING THE ROYAL BURGH
Paul McCallum from Grapevine Convention ,Texas
visited many of our Tourist and Historic sites in the area in 2007 and he enjoyed it so much
that he is bringing 7 Grapevine Convention colleagues to the Royal Burgh during TARTAN week in April 2008.
Not only that he is arranging for a Texas Marching Band and Twiddlers to play at Linlithgow Marches in June this Year.
Paul enjoyed viisting the following sites in 2007
Torphichen Preceptory and Cairnapple .
Beecraigs Country Park , Kingsfield Golf Range and Bo’ness Steam Railway concluded the pre Lunch visits.
A lovely light lunch at Marynka was followed by a stroll along the High street taking in the Cross Well, Provosts Lamp and Sherriff Court.
The Linlithgow Story was next on the trail , before departing for the Canal basin via the excellent Gardens at Annet House.
The Canal Museum and Tea room were also visited
The conclusion of the tour was a wonderful guided tour of Linlithgow Palace.
On reflection the tour encompassed so much of what Linlithgow has to offer to our Tourists.
Thanks for visiting the Royal Burgh Paul and we look forward to meeting up again in the future!!
Haste Ye Back Paul – with your Grapevine colleagues and Marching Band
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‘First Foot’Tour – Spring 2008
Our First tour in 2008 is during 7th -9th January when a group of Ten Professionals will stay
at local accommodation, enjoy excellent Conference Facilities and take part in Kingsfield
Clays and enjoy a sail along the Union Canal.
Our guests will coming from Scandinavia and England and we hope to provide them with a
Wonderful two day event that makes then want to return to our Royal Burgh again in the future .
We also that they will act as Ambassadors for the Royal Burgh once they return to work in their native lands.
Feedback from our first Group Tour of 2008 –
On the behalf of IPD Norden I would like to thank you for all your efforts and great service while we visited Linlithgow.
We had a great time even though the weather was not with us J
I wish you all the best for the future.