Carriden House is ideally situated for visiting Edinburgh and the Lothians. The nearby historic towns of Bo'ness, Linlithgow and South Queensferry offer numerous attractions for visitors.
Beautiful art deco cinema in Bo'ness newly renovated and fitted with the latest projection and sound equipment. Daily screenings (except Tuesdays).
A must for James Bond fans! Small, private collection of classic James Bond 007 cars and other film and tv props and memorabilia. Plus children's soft play area.
All aboard! Travel on a steam train to the Birkhill Fireclay Mine. Events held throughout the year including 'Thomas the Tank Engine' weekends.
Find out how fireclay was mined on an underground tour of the old workings. (The steep steps down to the mine are unsuitable for those with mobility problems.)
Thrilling, high-speed action! See historic cars and motorcycles tackle the famous hill climb track at Kinneil Estate. Next event 7th-8th September 2013.
Explore the grounds of the historic home of the Dukes of Hamilton. There is an excellent little museum housed in the 17th century stable block.
This 15th century stronghold on the Firth of Forth has served as an artillery fortress, state prison and, more recently, as a film location for Hamlet and Ivanhoe.
Lochside ruin of the 15th century Royal Palace best known as the birthplace of James V and Mary, Queen of Scots.
Cruise along the Union Canal on a narrowboat! Boat trips depart every weekend from Easter until the first week in October with two boats from 2pm.
Learn about Linlithgow’s rich heritage. Behind the house is a peaceful garden. The museum is situated just 250 metres west of Linlithgow Cross.
Driving range with new 9 hole golf course, specialist bunker and short game practice area, family putting green and Tea Caddy café.
The Forth Bridge, opened in 1890, is a cantilever railway bridge over the Firth of Forth. It is still regarded as an engineering marvel.
Scotland's national aquarium features a 112m long underwater tunnel and is home to one of Europe's largest collections of sand tiger sharks.
Scotland's finest stately home, designed by Sir William Bruce and later extended by William Adam. Set in over 100 acres of magnificent parkland.
The world's first and only rotating boat lift - an exceptional feat of modern engineering. Advance booking of boat trips is highly recommended.
Restored to it's former Georgian glory Callendar House is now a heritage centre with a fully working Kitchen, Printers, General Store and Clockmaker's workshop.
A stone pineapple built in 1761 as the centre piece of the Earl of Dunmore’s walled garden. 16 acre garden, pond and woodland (there are no amenities on site).
A floodlit 100m artificial ski slope and a 15m beginner’s slope. Qualified instructors offer tuition no matter your level of experience.
The largest indoor climbing arena in the world and SkyRide, Europe's largest suspended aerial adventure course. Don't look down!
There are Tourist Information Centres in both Linlithgow and Bo'ness. They offer a good selection of leaflets and guides on attrractions in West Lothian, Falkirk and Edinburgh. A good source of information online can be found at the Visit West Lothian website.