Posted by: ed | July 13, 2011

Coffees and teas at museum

A NEW coffee machine has been installed in Kinneil Museum – to meet the demand from visitors.

Falkirk Council’s leisure convener, Cllr Adrian Mahoney, said: “The museum sold fruit juice and provided free chilled water for visitors. But many asked for hot drinks.

“We’ve now installed a machine to offer coffee, tea and hot chocolate to meet the demand. Unfortunately, we don’t have the space to offer a fully-fledged café area, but hopefully this will be a welcome addition and improve the visitor experience.”

The museum was recently boosted by the installation of new audio-visual equipment, funded by the charity The Friends of Kinneil.

The facility is open all year, normally Monday to Saturday, from 12.30 p.m. to 4 p.m. (plus on special open days). Admission is free.

 

NEARBY CAFES AND RESTAURANTS

The nearest bar/restaurant to Kinneil is the Richmond Park Hotel, open seven days. There are also cafes/restaurants in Bo’ness and Linlithgow town centres, a short drive away. See our special Google map to help you.

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