Falkirk Community Trust have today been delighted to announce the re-opening of Kinneil Museum on Saturday 24 October. In the statement on their web site, they said:
“The museum has been subject to extensive safety testing and also meets the requirements of VisitScotland’s ‘Good to Go’ accreditation to further assure visitors that they are safe to visit.
“Face coverings are mandatory within the museum, there is also hand sanitiser readily available, screens installed and an enhanced cleaning rota in place. In order to comply with the Scottish Government’s Test and Protect scheme, we will require your contact details as you enter the building, a member of staff will be on hand to help.
“Our opening hours remain the same: 12.30pm – 4pm, Wednesday – Monday.
“Kinneil Museum is located in the 17th century stable building of Kinneil House. The ground floor boasts an exhibition telling the story of Bo’ness town which was built on Roman remains. The upper floor gallery serves as an interpretation centre for Kinneil Estate, with its House built by the Dukes of Hamilton and its associations with famous names from Scottish history, with Mary Queen of Scots and James Watt among them”.
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