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House of Binns - Near Linlithgow

The House of Binns is the property of the National Trust for Scotland, having been gifted to the NTS, along with the contents, parkland and an endowment in 1944. It has been the home of the Dalyell family since 1612, when it was built by Thomas Dalyell, an Edinburgh butter merchant, who made his fortune at the Court of King James VI and I in London.

The House has an interesting collection of family portraits, furniture and porcelain that reveal their life and interests. Outside the house the grounds provide panoramic views over the River Forth, a woodland walk and peacocks with character! Guided tours of the house offered as well as group tours. Please phone or write in advance with details of group size.

Phone: 01506 834255

Address: The House of the Binns, near Linlithgow.

For information on opening times and prices please see the website House of the Binns - National Trust for Scotland

Eligibility: All welcome. NTS members, NT members and uniformed members of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards free.

Further info: Kathleen Dalyell - 01506 834255