Linlithgow Museum is ready to re-open its doors to the public
Linlithgow Museum is set to re-open its doors on Friday, as restrictions are lifted across most of Scotland.
The museum will open three days a week: Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday 10am-4pm and Sunday 1pm-4pm.
Alison Train from the local attraction said: “We are delighted to be back and look forward to welcoming everyone. Entry to the museum is free, but visitors will need to book a time slot online so we can maintain social distancing. In line with current guidelines, slots will be limited to six people (under 12s do not count towards the total).”
Book online at least 24 hours before your visit at www.linlithgowmuseum.org/open.
For “on the day” availability please phone the museum on 01506 670677.
Alison added: “We will try to accommodate you but cannot accept walk-ins at this time.
“When you arrive, you will be welcomed by a museum volunteer. To provide ‘Track and Trace’ information, you will be able to scan our QR Code or complete a contact information card. In line with current guidelines, we must collect this information from every individual visitor.
"Face coverings should be worn during your visit and we have several hand sanitising stations and a one-way route through the museum.
"We want everyone to have a safe and enjoyable visit. Please try to follow signs and guidance as best you can to help us help you.
“You are still welcome to browse our shop and payment by card is encouraged. We are also able to accept donations by card and these are greatly appreciated as they help us to meet our running costs.
“We have acquired the ‘We’re Good to Go’ accreditation. This Industry Standard
mark means that Linlithgow Museum has followed government and industry Covid-19 guidelines.
“So we’re good to go – all we need now is visitors. We hope to see you soon!”