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Dunfermline Public Park

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Appin Crescent | Near the Carnegie Hall and the Sinclair Gardens Roundabout, Dunfermline, Scotland
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Relaxing atmosphere

Nice park very relaxing atmosphere and pleasant surroundings. Good to pass some quiet hours with... read more

Reviewed 2 April 2018
enjoyinglife49
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paisley-scotland
Lovely walk in a break from the cold weather

Well used by joggers and dog walkers had a pleasant walk through the park with good views over the... read more

Reviewed 20 December 2017
craigluscar
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Dunfermline, United Kingdom
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“bandstand” (6 reviews)
“fountain” (5 reviews)
“path” (2 reviews)
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Appin Crescent | Near the Carnegie Hall and the Sinclair Gardens Roundabout, Dunfermline, Scotland
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Nice park very relaxing atmosphere and pleasant surroundings. Good to pass some quiet hours with benches to sit and relax.

Thank enjoyinglife49
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Reviewed 20 December 2017

Well used by joggers and dog walkers had a pleasant walk through the park with good views over the Forth Valley . I notice the children's play park has been dismantled and not replaced which is a shame as many families take their children for...More

Thank craigluscar
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Reviewed 15 November 2017 via mobile

The public park is a lovely part of the town it has so much potential. It's a shame it's mostly 🐕 walkers , wee music festivals by the bandstand would be great. In the winter ice skating and roasting chestnuts also. Just a shame it's...More

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Reviewed 19 July 2017

This is the less publicised park in the town but still well used by locals it is not used so much by kids nowadays .As I grew up there were always football kickabouts going on folk with tennis rackets and even golf clubs ....times have...More

Thank craigluscar
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Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

Dunfermline's second big park (the other being Pittencrieff Park aka the Glen) does seem to sit in it's neighbours shadow. It has a couple of play parks for the kids with a skatepark in the northwest corner. The hills are a bit steep for football...More

Thank UncleDads
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Reviewed 27 December 2016

Myself and my wife had a wander around here after visiting the nearby Pittencrieff Park. In comparison Dunfermline Public Park was almost deserted. There is plenty of open space, greenery and many tarmacked paths leading around the park, branching off in different directions. Towards the...More

Thank thetravellingmanUk
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Reviewed 15 September 2016 via mobile

Beautiful and well kept park very close to the city centre of Dunfermline. Green and clean, good place to spend a day outside with the family or friends. It was a sunny day, we had a lovely picnic at the park. Good place for dog...More

Thank Giuseppe C
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Reviewed 7 September 2016

It was a beautiful sunny day when we went to the park. It has beautiful gardens and it was very relaxing.

Thank ewok71
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Reviewed 12 August 2016

This park is well keep and great for all ages. their is lots for the kids and great for walking the dog. Its beautiful in all seasons and has amazing views A definate for tourist and locals alike

Thank Pamelaj67630
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Reviewed 14 July 2016

Dunfermline Public Park opened in 1866.The Fountain goes back to 1877 and the Bandstand to 1888,donated by Mrs Louise Carnegie.It is very common to find that strangers to the town,emerging from the adjacent Train Station,think they are at the Glen.The May Festivals in the past...More

Thank John L
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