This ruined palace in Linlithgow is a popular attraction, famous as the birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots.
There is a small car park available. Availability can vary, especially during peak tourist seasons.Other paid parking is available close by.
Designated disabled parking spaces are available near the palace entrance to provide convenient access for visitors with disabilities
How to get here
Linlithgow Palace is easily accessible by car. From Edinburgh, take the M9 motorway and exit at Junction 3. Follow the A803 into Linlithgow, and the palace will be signposted from the roundabout at the east end of the High Street.
By public transport
Linlithgow has good public transport connections. The palace is a short walk from Linlithgow train station, which is served by regular train services from Edinburgh, Glasgow, and other major cities in Scotland.
The palace is a short walk from Linlithgow Canal Centre which offer berthing opportunities.
Cycling to Linlithgow Palace is a pleasant option, with designated cycle paths and routes available in the area. Bicycle parking facilities are provided near the palace entrance.
Linlithgow Palace is easily accessible on foot, particularly if you are staying in the town of Linlithgow. The palace is located within walking distance of the town center, and you can enjoy a leisurely stroll to reach its grand entrance.