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Things should be Dunfermline top attraction,as it once was.
It is now areas of grass and poorly maintained flowerbeds and a less than exciting Museum.
There is also a stage (rarely used) and the largest function area in the town, again underused.
The only positives...More
yes i visited this place several times a week throughout the year
its a great park and very fresh and great to watch the seasonal changes
its quite a park that simply is hard to replicate anywhere in scotland
excellent days out here to be...More
Well 3 out of 4. Took the dogs for a wee walk in this beautiful park. Plenty of squirrels scampering about to keep us amused. Didn’t venture down to the pavilion but nice walk around the old engine and statue was plenty for the wee...More
I visited today with my daughter and dog. What a lovely park! It was a bright, beautiful Autumn day. We loved spotting the peacocks and the views of the three bridges. A gem of a park. The cafe was great too.
Beautiful walk with stunning views really worth a visit. Plant to see and play parks for children. There is a train you can climb in cab and walk ends of starts at the Dunfermline Abbey which is just majestic.
I have been coming to the Glen ever since I was a toddler and the Glen holds some wonderful memories. It's a delight seeing my nephews play on the same train I use to play on as a child and feeding the squirrels nuts, doing...More
We visited on a wonderful fall day - what a gem and such a beautiful place to stroll, right in the middle of town. We had been to the Abbey and just exited there and crossed over into this park - what a discovery! There...More
Always worth a visit. The park includes glass houses, a former tower house and ornamental gardens, plus some of the best children's play facilities in Fife. If you are here in November, then the fireworks display is staggering. A gift from Mr Carnegie's to his...More
Lovely autumn day with the colours all coming out The park is busy today with the school holidays on . The squirrels are not hungry today as we are down later we see them but they wont come out to play .The park is so...More
Sorry for late reply but o am sure the majority of the areas are accessible. The steep sided glen would probably pose difficulties and the park does slope down towards the south but the main paths seemed to be well kept c