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St. Margaret Street GB - Dunfermline KY12 7PH
The 11C Benedictine abbey was founded on the site of a Celtic church. The Norman nave of the abbey church , with its massive pillars and round-headed arches, is one of the finest in Scotland. The east end (rebuilt in the early 19C) serves as the par..
Architecture, castles and historic districts
Monastery Street GB - Dunfermline KY12 7PQ
In the 14C, a new royal palace was built next to the hostelry. Only a wall now shows the splendour of this building that can be seen from Pittencrieff Park. Charles I and his sister Elizabeth of Bohemia were both born here.
Museums and art
Viewfield Terrace GB - Dunfermline KY12 7HY
In addition to various local collections, the museum has interesting displays illustrating the weaving of Damask and Dunfermline linen , including weaving tools and looms and weaving patterns.
Museums and art
Moodie Street GB - Dunfermline KY12 7PL
The house where Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) was born is laid out like a traditional weaver's cottage. Displays in the adjacent Memorial Hall illustrate the great philanthropist's works which include the Palace of Peace at the Hague, the Carnegie ..
Nature and gardens
St. Margaret Street GB - Dunfermline KY12 8AP
Within the bounds of the park are nature trails, a domestic animal centre, an aviary, a miniaturised area for learning the Highway Code, a floral exhibition hall, classical gardens and Pittencrieff House local history and regional costume museum. D..