Welcome to the Kinneil website. It’s packed with information on historic Kinneil Estate and its neighbouring Nature Reserve. Come along to an event, discover Kinneil Museum/House (see below), or just go for a walk, step back in time and have a great day. There are lots of things to explore.

Visit Kinneil Museum

Kinneil Museum is normally open throughout the year (from 12.30 p.m. to 4 p.m. each day – although closed on Tuesdays). Admission is free of charge. The museum is packed with information on Kinneil and the wider Bo’ness area.

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Kinneil Museum.

Kinneil boasts acres of woodland and natural habitat.
Explore the area on foot or bike, or join a free guided walk.
Check out free audio tours and maps of the area.

The Arbour Room, Kinneil House

Explore Kinneil House

The imposing Kinneil House will now open for guided tours almost every Saturday from April to September. Meanwhile find out more about the House in Kinneil Museum, or take a digital guided audio tour from home any time.

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Kinneil Roman fortlet

The Roman Antonine Wall – which runs through Kinneil Estate – was named as a British World Heritage Site in 2008. Read our archive story on the announcement. Also WalksMap, Videos relating to the Wall.

Kinneil Estate and Nature Reserve are part of the John Muir Way, a long-distance walking route across central Scotland.
See www.johnmuirway.org for details.