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What To Do Over the Summer

Below is a list of the many things you could do in West Lothian and wider Scotland over the summer holidays. During your 7 week break it is imperative that you take care of your health and wellbeing. Going out to play, going walks, doing exercise and eating well is key to your mental, emotional and physical wellbeing. Take care of yourself and have the most wonderful summer holiday. Mr Locke.

29 June
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In West Lothian:

For Free:

  • Livingston Skate Park EH54 6QU
  • Almond Valley Heritage Trust EH54 7AR
  • Almondell and Calderwood Country Park EH52 5PE
  • Beecraigs Country Park EH49 6PL
  • Linlithgow Loch EH49 7AL
  • The Linlithgow Story Museum EH49 7EG
  • Muiravonside Country Park EH49 6LW
  • Polkemmet Country Park EH47 0AD

At a cost:

  • Five Sisters Zoo,
  • Mini-golf,
  • Climbing Centres (Ratho),
  • Swimming Pools,
  • Go-Karting,
  • Ice Skating,
  • Sport Centres,
  • Scottish Owl Centre,
  • Linlithgow Palace,
  • Livingston Football Club Games.

Outside West Lothian:

For Free:

  • Arthur's seat EH8 8HG
  • Falkirk Kelpies FK2 7ZT
  • Loch Ness IV3 8JZ
  • Loch Lomond G83 8EG
  • Royal Mile EH1 2PB
  • National Museum of Scotland EH1 1JF
  • Edinburgh Festival - EH1 2PB
  • Climb Munro's - Benmore - PA23 8QU - so many to climb. Look on the National Trust for Scotland Website
  • Cramond Beach - EH4 6NU
  • Burntisland Beach KY3 9JX


At a cost:

  • Edinburgh Castle EH1 2NG
  • Wallace Monument FK9 5LF
  • Stirling Castle FK8 1EG
  • Hollyrood Palace EH8 8DX
  • Royal Yacht Britannia EH6 6JJ
  • Real Mary King's Close EH1 1PG
  • Highland Games

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