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Linlithgow Palace Souvenir Guide

Front cover of Linlithgow Palace souvenir guide

Overlooking a tranquil loch and peel, and built in the renaissance style by successive generations of Stewart Kings, Linlithgow Palace holds a special place in Scotland’s history.

Discover this beautiful palace, birthplace of James V of Scotland and his daughter Mary, Queen of Scots, in this attractively illustrated souvenir guide.

The most luxurious of Scotland’s royal residences springs to life in pages packed with photographs and illustrations – the perfect souvenir for amateur historians and sightseers alike.

A Linlithgow Palace guide leaflet is also available in French, German, Italian and Spanish and costs £1.

  • Audiences:

    Members, Visitors
  • Date Published:

    18 October 2018
  • Publisher:

    Historic Environment Scotland
  • Publication Types:

    Official Souvenir Guide
  • Author(s):

    Adrian Cox

    Adrian is Senior Cultural Resources Advisor at Historic Environment Scotland

    Chris Tabraham

  • Format(s):

    56 pages, 189mm x 246mm
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