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Events In 2011

Free Open Days At

Kinneil House Kinneil Estate, Bo’ness

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Saturday, April 16, 2011 Sunday, April 17, 2011 Sunday, June 26, 2011 Sunday, August 28, 2011 Sunday, October 30, 2011

See inside from noon to 4 p.m.

Visit Kinneil M useum K

inneil Museum block of Kinne , in the stable il all year, normal House, is open ly Saturday from Monday to 12.30 p.m. to 4 p.m. (plus Kin Days). Feature neil House Open s exhibits, audio interactive visual show an d shop. Admissio n free.

3 p.m. close on Oct 30. (Last admission 30 minutes before closing.) You can view the exterior of Kinneil House - and tour the grounds - all year. See inside Kinneil House during our free open days. Organised by Historic Scotland with the support of The Friends of Kinneil (Charity Registration Number: SC038368). Kinneil Estate is on the western edge of Bo’ness in central Scotland, just off the A904/A993 and is part of the Frontiers of The Roman Empire World Heritage Site. For satellite navigation devices, use the postcode EH51 0PR. For details on access, contact Kinneil Museum during opening hours on 01506 778530 or visit www.kinneil.org.uk

THE FRIENDS OF KINNEIL www.kinneil.org.uk


part of the frontiers of the roman empire world heritage site

Kinneil Estate 2000 years of history

Discover 2000 years of history in the magical Kinneil Estate, on the western edge of Bo’ness, near Edinburgh. The name Kinneil means “Wall’s End” - and the eastern end of the turf and stone Antonine Wall, the Roman Empire’s northern frontier, runs through the estate. There’s even a Roman fortlet to visit (pictured above). For centuries Kinneil was the home of the Dukes of Hamilton. Their imposing former mansion, Kinneil House, dates back to the 15th century and features impressive renaissance wall paintings, said to be among the finest in Scotland. See inside during free open days. *

Kinneil Church

The park features the remains of Kinneil’s medieval church and graveyard, dating back to the 12th century. You can also visit the cottage where inventor James Watt worked on developing the steam engine. Plus there are extensive woodland walks. The story of the estate and much more is told in Kinneil Museum, open from Monday to Saturday from 12.30 p.m. to 4 p.m. The museum includes a shop, audio visual show and a variety of displays.

Inside Kinneil H ouse

Kinneil Estate is on the western edge of Bo’ness in central Scotland, just off the A904/A993, and is part of the Frontiers of The Roman Empire World Heritage Site. For satellite navigation devices, use the postcode EH51 0PR. The park is close to the Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway, the Bo'ness Motor Museum and the historic Hippodrome Cinema. * For details on access, contact Kinneil Museum during opening hours on 01506 778530 or visit www.kinneil.org.uk. Produced by THE FRIENDS OF KINNEIL - email us at: info@kinneil.org.uk Charity Registration Number: SC 038368


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