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1/2 mile northwest of Airth | Village of Dunmore, Falkirk FK1 5DT, Scotland
+44 1383 880359
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a strange folly but has to be seen to be believed. When we visited the gardens around the structure were a bit wilted due to the extended hot and dry weather but they look as if they would be spectacular in more standard...More

Thank Iain S
Reviewed 3 May 2018

This is a great place to take kids . The grounds are just so wonderfull to explore and to walk in. The Pinapple itself is so unique and well worth the time to visit . Great for dog walkers too.

Thank mie494
Reviewed 15 April 2018 via mobile

Don’t attempt to drive, the road or rather long farm track is in a shocking state of repair and is strewn with huge unavoidable potholes. When we finally made it to the car park we found it to be full as it holds only 6...More

1  Thank 411nikki
Reviewed 13 April 2018

We remembered visiting this place in the autumn of 1984. Access wasn’t a problem then and the gardens were well tended. The Pineapple itself was amazing. This time we could hardly find the place itself. Well signed from the main road it then deteriorated into...More

Thank kgs1971
Reviewed 25 March 2018

Lovely walk from Airth to this amazing structure set in an old walled garden. A spectacular folly. Lovely woodland walks around the grounds.

Thank ScotlanRob
Reviewed 3 March 2018 via mobile

I visited the Pineapple and Dunmore House back in 1978 when I had a student summer job with Central Regional Council (surveying for Dutch Elm Disease). The Pineapple hasn't changed much buy Dunmore House is in a terrible state now. I think it was still...More

1  Thank Peter F
Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile

It took a while to find as the sat nav wanted us to to up a dead end. The drive to it was horrible. The track was horrendous and covered in pot holes so be careful with your car. However it was a stunning building...More

Thank Bee P
Reviewed 12 November 2017

Quirky folly and worth a visit in the area. Run by National Trust for Scotland - only requests a donation to enter. There is no building to go in but it's a pleasant 20 -30 mins stroll around.

Thank felineluckypunk
Reviewed 9 November 2017

Worth the effort of finding it. Nice walks surround the estate. A Mecca for dog walkers. Child friendly environment.

Thank JOHN B
Reviewed 7 November 2017

An amazing building, well worth a quick visit visit, even in Winter. There is no access from main road but a rough dirt track some mile before will get you there.

Thank forbert
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Pamela E
10 September 2016|
Response from BlackoutChris | Reviewed this property |
train from Waverley to Falkirk Grahamston. Then bus F16 towards Stirling. Opp Road End is your stop but it's still about 20 minute walk to the Pineapple. Also it's not open at a weekend.
Pamela E
10 September 2016|
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Response from djs_bcu | Reviewed this property |
You need to go to Dunmore from Falkirk.
Corinne D
23 February 2015|
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Response from Gerry M | Reviewed this property |
To reach the Pineapple by train is difficult unless you take the train to Falkirk and then a taxi which will be expensive. The pineapple is not easily accessible unless you have a car. As a private touring company (Carnegie... More