The ancient Scots capital of Dunfermline offers the chance to explore a range of pilgrim hot-spots connected with St Margaret. Enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Pittencrieff Park – known as ‘The Glen’ – with its café, monument to Andrew Carnegie, winding stream and resident peacocks!
Dunfermline Abbey nave and Dunfermline Palace are under the care of Historic Environment Scotland. There are many places to visit, eat and stay in Dunfermline, Scotland’s newest city. Learn more on Welcome to Fife and in The Story of Fife Pilgrim Kingdom.
Please be aware there are a number of busy road crossings which require care when crossing.