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Hopetoun House can be described as one amongst the most impressive examples of ‘Georgian architecture’ in Britain. The credit for such a beautiful architecture goes to William Adam and Sir William Bruce. The origin of this house can be traced to the year 1699. The magnificence of Hopetoun House can’t be described ion words. It is bound to leave the visitors spellbound. Those who haven’t been to Livingston should make it a point to pay a visit at least once in the lifetime.
Almond Valley Heritage Center
Almond Valley can be mentioned as one of the independent museums which exists for preserving and interpreting environment and history of West Lothian. Via operation of this monument, the founders aim at making this heritage enjoyable and accessible. The year 1990 witnessed its establishment.
Almond Valley Heritage Center remains open 361 days a week from 1000 to 1700 hrs. It remains closed on 25th and 26th of December, and on 1st and 2nd of January.
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