|20th September 2020|
|10am - 1pm|
|See listing for details|
|Event organiser/part of Linlithgow Palace|
|Visit the event website here|
In light of updated Scottish Government advice regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have taken the decision to close public access to our staffed properties and offices until further notice. All planned public events will also be postponed until further notice – full details of these can be found on our Events page in the coming days: historicenvironment.scot/whats-on.
Join us and our friends from the Scottish Crannog Centre as we journey back in time 2,500 years.
There'll be some iron age crafts to try as well as a chance to learn about the crannogs that were built on Linlithgow loch.
Some activities may not be suitable for children under 8.
£6.00 Adult (16-59yrs)
£5.00 Concession (60yrs+)
£4.00 Child (5-15yrs)
Under 5's go free. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Image Credit: Historic Environment Scotland
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