HomePage Path
Linlithgow Palace Gateway
NT 002-773 West Lothian Scotland

Linlithgow Palace GatewayLinlithgow Palace Gateway is a mid 16th century stone single storey outer gateway, founded by King James V. Part of a new ceremonial route to Linlithgow Palace, the rectangular ornamented gate is adorned with four central carved and painted panels of King James V chivalric orders. Lacking a drawbridge, the only symbols of defence are gun-ports in the two polygonal angle towers, which flank the ribbed barrel vault of the entrance.

Street Map

Linlithgow Palace Gateway is located in the town centre, off Kirkgate. 17 miles west of Edinburgh, on the A8-M9.

The site is owned by Historic Scotland and is open daily, April to September 9:30-5:30pm, October to March 9:30-4:30pm.

There is a car park.

Linlithgow Palace Gateway pictures and large castle map
Linlithgow Palace Gateway Picture 1Linlithgow Palace Gateway Picture 2Linlithgow Palace Gateway Picture 3Castle Map of the Area

|HomePage|Castle Index|UK Map|Scotland|North|Midlands|East Anglia|Wales|South|Search|Wallpaper|Hotel Search|E-Mail|Blog|

Copyright 2000-2014 CastleUK.Net Some Rights Reserved