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#1 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Dunfermline
Over the years, "Historic Scotland " have created an interesting historic landmark for tourists to visit and learn about Andrew Carnegie who was born and lived as a child in the house in the 19th century.
This museum is the house where Andrew Carnegie was born, staff were great and gave us a lot of info on how best to view, lots of interactive stuff to keep you interested
#2 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Dunfermline
Excellent view points at every corner and Brilliant for us budding photographers.
... quite busy.Decent indoor and outdoor viewing areas, the laptimers on the karts always work, kit provided but you can bring your own, good on site cafe just across the way,and great views across the Forth Valley.
#3 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Dunfermline
Adults will appreciate the history and significance of the site - it's the burial place of numerous Scottish royals from the House of Dunkeld as well as Robert I, and kids will love clambering over the ruins of th...
It should be a must see since it is the burial site of 22 Scottish kings - Robert the Bruce, St. Margaret, David I and is still a working church.
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#4 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Dunfermline
Gifted to his home town by Andrew Carnegie this wonderful hall is worth a visit and view ahead to find out what's on.
In summer there is a balcony with views across the Forth, both restaurant and theatre worth a visit.
#5 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Dunfermline
Such a shame this historic site got closed always friendly helpful staff with and excellent range of fresh home made foods.
#6 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Dunfermline
There is also the Billy Liddell Sports complex on the site with netball and tennis courts with astro turf for football ...........There is an outdoor Gym and an excellent Townhill Mining Heritage Garden built in 2...
It is flat with lovely views of swans and ducks and at weekends, water skiers.
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Limekilns
Excellent views of Blackness Castle which doubled as Black Jack Randell's Fort William.
Forth Bridge North Queensferry 5.4 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in North Queensferry
Marvellous bridge, well deserving recognition as a UNESCO world heritage site, Best to see it on a clear sunny day (especially if the tide is out) for amazing photogenic views, though even in rough weather it may...
Like a great work of art this beautifully crafted bridge spans the Forth and is wonderful to view from either side of the water but especially spectacular close up on the North Queensferry side.
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Blackness Castle Edinburgh, UK 5.1 mi away
#13 of 206 Sights & Landmarks in Edinburgh
Brilliant place with beautiful views across the fourth, staff are very helpful & friendly, the castle has so much to explore with plenty information boards, places to eat picnic outside weather depending, also can...
Great day out here - absolutely fabulous location right on the shores of the Firth of Forth with sweeping views over the river, down to the (now) three bridges and up river with wonderful sights of the surrounding...
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#8 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Dunfermline
Great view of the park and also the footballing home to the best bridies in Scotland!
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Limekilns
Hopetoun House South Queensferry, UK 5.5 mi away
#3 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in South Queensferry
Spectacular setting with superb views of the Forth estuary and bridges (best seen from the roof terrace) Incredible 17th & 18th century architecture and magnificent collections of furniture, art and interior desig...
You must go to the roof terrace and get the perfect view of the Forth Road , Rail and New bridges ( World Class) On a food note the Cullen Skink is delicious.
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#16 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Dunfermline
One of the famous landmarks of Dunfermline
#19 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Dunfermline
The Rev Erskine 1685-1752 founded the church and built a meeting house on this site .
#20 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Dunfermline
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