Kinneil Museum, Bo’ness
Located within the 17th-century stable block of Kinneil House, the Kinneil Museum serves as an interpretation centre for the Kinneil Estate and the town museum for Bo’ness. The museum tells the story of Kinneil from the Roman period until the more recent past and highlights the presence of the Antonine Wall, which runs adjacent to the museum, and the Roman fortlet on the estate.
The upper level of the museum is accessible by a stairway only, while a small gift shop is located on the ground floor.
A few times a year, the Friends of Kinneil hold open days in which Kinneil House itself is open for public visits, featuring an early medieval cross slab from the ruined Kinneil Church, a 10/11th century rood stone, and an impressive collection of Renaissance era mural paintings from the House’s “Palace Wing.”