Linlithgow is a town in the Scottish county of West Lothian. Situated north of the union canal, the town has long been a key area of commerce within the area.
Linlithgow Palace is by far the area’s most popular attraction and was once one of the main residences for Scottish Monarchs, between the 15th and 16th centuries. Although today the palace is in ruins, it manages to maintain much of its former elegance and attracts thousands of visitors each year to its location on the shores of Linlithgow Loch.
Not far from the town, The Kelpies are a pair of 30-metre-high horse sculptures that stand next to a newly constructed extension to the Forth and Clyde Canal. The Helix is a new parkland area that attracts visitors from across the country, the park holds a range of arts events and is home to an excellent homemade ice cream bar.
Throughout the area, from Belsyde to Kingscavil, Floom’s Linlithgow flower delivery covers the whole town.