Cycling Without Age Scotland Route 4 – Kinneil House & Grounds

Length: 3km (Estimated ride time 1 hour)

Route type: Loop

Difficulty: Low

Experience 2,000 years of history at Kinneil House, Museum and Estate in the historic town of Bo’ness which sits on the shores of the Firth of Forth.

From Roman times to the industrial revolution, the remnants of a long and rich history can be seen everywhere across Kinneil Estate. The beautiful grounds are also home to the iconic Bo’ness Hill Climb, a motorsport event that takes place every summer. Take a trishaw tour around the estate and take in the beautiful woodland scenery while spotting all the sites of interest. The route is roughly 3km along flat paths and takes approximately an hour to complete.


Please note that, as these Trishaw or Wheelchair Transporter rides are piloted by volunteers, they must be pre-booked with Cycling Without Age Scotland and they will be subject to the availability of volunteers. Cycling Without Age Scotland can be contacted on 01324 467 272 or at

Map location: EH51 0PR

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