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Digital Subscriptions > History Scotland > Jul - Aug 2019 > New Linlithgow museum now open

New Linlithgow museum now open

Annet House museum in Linlithgow has been relocated to a new in West Lothian council’s Linlithgow Partnership Centre, close to Linlithgow palace, St Michael’s church and the Burgh Halls.

The new museum takes the form of three large galleries, exploring the history of Linlithgow, trades within the town and ‘life by the loch’. Old Annet House favourites, such as the Newlands plough and the statue of Mary Queen of Scots, (shown right) are on display, along many objects that have never been exhibited before. New interactive features are also available, including listening posts with clips from the museum’s recent oral history project. Entry is free and donations are very welcome. Linlithgow Museum, High Street, Linlithgow EH49 7EZ; tel: 01506 670677; e-mail:

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