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As 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.
The royal association ensured that this became one of the weathiest and grandest monasteries in the world and the magnificent norman architecture can still be appreciated today. The royal lodgings at the abbey developed into a spectacular palace, which became the birthplace of Charles I. Stunning views of the glen can be gained from the palace.
Tickets are available from the shop, located in the gatehouse.
Telephone: 01383 739026.