Kinneil Museum

Kinneil Museum is located in the 17th century stable building of Kinneil House, Bo'ness.

Kinneil Museum

About Kinneil Museum

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Kinneil Museum is located in the 17th century stable building of Kinneil House.

On its ground floor, redesigned and reopened in Spring 2015, is the story of Bo'ness town, built on Roman remains, once identified with maritime trade and industry, and now valued for its architecture and its remarkable annual Fair.

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.

The 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.

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Murder Mystery Dinner
A glitzy evening reception at Inglewood House is interrupted by a dastardly murder. Someone in the house is responsible and we need your help!
Vibration Festival 2019
Join us for Vibration Festival, Scotland's newest boutique family friendly music festival, in the stunning grounds of Callendar Park, Falkirk on Saturday 25th May.
The Gin Fayre: Dunblane
The Gin Fayre will return to the Victoria Hall, Dunblane on 9th February showcasing the very best gins from across Scotland and beyond!
Stirling GhostWalk
Join the Old Town's most grumblesome Ghoul - the Happy Hangman, Jock Rankin - on a creepy, comic guided tour!
Soap Carving: Masons’ Marks
Follow in the tradition of Scotland's stonemasons and try your hand at carving your very own mason's mark - into soap!

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