Linlithgow, Scotland is a very interesting place to be, especially for tourists. It’s an ancient town, making it very significant for the people of Scotland. Located in the north-east of West Lothian, many people like it here because of the historical benefits and value that it offers many of those who come here to have fun. Here are the 5 most interesting facts about Linlithgow. The Linlithgow Palace is the number one tourist’s attraction and historical monument in the town of Linlithgow. Right now the palace is in ruins, far from what it used to be, but it does offer visitors a huge knowledge value which is why they are always trooping here. The present palace was started in 1424 and suffered in the 1746 fire that engulfed the town. During the 15th and 16th century, it served as the residence for many Scotland monarchs. The King’s Fountain in Linlithgow Palace is the oldest fountain in the whole of Britain. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!