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Abbey is Leading Tourist Attraction
Abbey is Leading Tourist AttractionThe tomb of King Robert the Bruce with many other royal and historical associations attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year. The Abbey Shop has a fine selection of Scottish visitor collectables More...

Opening Times
Opening TimesIn 2013 the Abbey Church is open Monday 25th March until Friday 25th October as follows:-
Daily: 10.00am - 4.30pm
except Sundays: 2.00pm - 4.30pm
Closed during wedding and funeral services).
There is no admission charge More...

Discover Dunfermline Tours
Discover Dunfermline ToursRun by Jack Pryde who can walk you through 900 years of Dunfermline`s history. More...

City of Dunfermline
City of DunfermlineThirty minutes from the centre of Edinburgh, across the spectacular Forth Bridges, lies Dunfermline. Here, in the shadow of Dunfermline Abbey and close to the picturesque Pittencrieff Park, can be found the other Royal Mile with much of Scotland`s history packed into this ancient capital More...

Dunfermline Palace
Dunfermline PalaceAs the final resting place of some of Scotland’s greatest kings and queens, the great Benedictine abbey of Dunfermline occupies an especially important place in the national consciousness More...

Dunfermline Audio Walk
Dunfermline Audio WalkJoin Neil Oliver and a team of experts as they tour Dunfermline in Fife, one of the best surviving medieval landscapes in Scotland.

Uncover the story of one of Scotland`s most famous historical couples, Malcolm and Margaret. More...

Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum
Andrew Carnegie Birthplace MuseumIt comes as a surprise to many that Andrew Carnegie was born in Dunfermline. The Birthplace Museum is Dunfermline’s fastest growing visitor experience and is a fascinating and informative place to visit for all the family.

Abbot House
Abbot HouseSet in its own gorgeous gardens a stone’s throw from a royal palace, monastery and abbey where Scotland’s great hero king, Robert Bruce, is buried, Abbot House is the perfect place to explore Dunfermline’s remarkable story at the heart of Scottish history.

Relax in their award-winning cafe which has access directly from the Abbey churchyard More...

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