Livingston The Essential
In April 1962, it was decided that Livingston, Scotland's fourth New Town, would be part of a programme aiming to promote economic development in central Scotland. Indeed, Livingston had a major asset as an industrial growth centre, because of its location at the heart of the Scottish communications network, with roads and railway lines providing easy access to the country's main airports, ports and cities.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Livingston
Linlithgow Palace
Linlithgow Palace
This ancient royal residence dominates
90 minutes
St Michael's Church
St Michael's Church
This is one of the largest pre-Reform
15 minutes
Cairnpapple Hill
Cairnpapple Hill
This site represents five distinct
15 minutes
Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Almond Valley Heritage Centre
A museum was built here to house an
60 minutes
The Cross
The Cross
This former market place has a well in
15 minutes
Parish Church
Parish Church
The old church in the hamlet of Abercorn
15 minutes