Steeped in history, Kinneil Estate contains part of the Antonine Wall World Heritage Site, the site of the deserted Kinneil medieval village and a section of the John Muir Way opened in 2014.
Kinneil Museum is located in the 17th century stable building of Kinneil House. The ground floor boasts an exhibition telling the story of Bo'ness town which was built on Roman remains. The upper floor gallery serves as an interpretation centre for Kinneil Estate, with its House built by the Dukes of Hamilton and its associations with famous names from Scottish history, Mary Queen of Scots and James Watt among them.
Steeped in history, Kinneil Estate contains part of the Antonine Wall World Heritage Site and one of its fortlets, the site of the deserted Kinneil medieval village of which only a ruined church remains, and a section of the John Muir Way opened in 2014.
Kinneil House itself is closed but the grounds are open all year round and the free museum is open daily except Tuesdays, 12.30-4.00pm.
Kinneil House is also open for guided tours on selected dates throughout the year.
Visit the Friends of Kinneil website for more information.
Located on Route Section(s)
- 6 Linlithgow to South Queensferry
Kinneil Estate and Museum, Bo'ness EH51 0PR