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Pittencrieff Park

Bridge Street, Dunfermline, Scotland
+44 1383 729881
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Simply Stunning!

Winter or summer, this park is well worth a visit. So well maintained and such a pleasure to stroll... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
C_Keenan
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Berwick-upon-Tweed, United Kingdom
Amazing town park with a bit of everything.

Amazing town park with everything - playparks (opposite ends) squirrels to feed with monkey nuts... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
sparkly273
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Bridge Street, Dunfermline, Scotland
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Winter or summer, this park is well worth a visit. So well maintained and such a pleasure to stroll through the maze of walkways. We've been a number of times and it feels so peaceful and secure with no sign of vandalism and no neds...More

Thank C_Keenan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Amazing town park with everything - playparks (opposite ends) squirrels to feed with monkey nuts (endless fun!) walks, greenhouses, formal gardens, sensory garden, peacocks and more. The bit down the bottom is wild and rocky which is quite the adventure for little legs (NOT all...More

Thank sparkly273
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

There are a number of paths leading through wooded areas, open park land, formal gardens and rivers. There is a cafe, glasshouse and museum within the grounds.

Thank geosword
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Badly neglected shadow of its former self. Would rather drive to Grangemouth or Kirkcaldy for better parks. Very little do do. Museum gone, animals gone, aviary gone, peacocks gone, maze gone, paddling pools gone, cycling area for kids with working traffic lights gone, half the...More

Thank PonyUpMum
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A gift from Andrew Carnegie to his birth city, the enormous park offers level walking paths, a conservatory garden, a gorgeous glen, and very friendly people, dogs, squirrels, wood pigeons, etc. And it's smack in the middle of town!

Thank uncgrizz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Pittencrieff Park is known as “the glen” amongst locals, myself being one of them. Living locally, I spent a lot of my childhood playing there and all I can say is the memories I have are absolutely fantastic. Playing at the park, going into the...More

Thank ShannonLittle01
Reviewed 14 December 2017

Fantastic family day out, large play area for children of all ages, lovely walks through the glen, well maintained gardens. Lovely cafe to either have coffee and cake or lunch. Can spend hours here and not realise you are in the centre of Dunfermline. There’s...More

Thank Hazel F
Reviewed 12 December 2017

A fantastic park to walk through with or without dogs. There's lots of squirrels at this time of the year and there are three great kids play areas when the weather is fine. Its close to the city center. and the walks can be as...More

Thank m0ira04
Reviewed 7 December 2017 via mobile

I am often a visitor of Pittencrieff Park and know of its history with the oil Barron “Andrew Carnegie” who enabled us to be able to walk through its splendid gardens and see the wildlife you often see squirrels and peacocks and a large variety...More

Thank Justin B
Reviewed 6 December 2017 via mobile

Prefect day out and great adventure for kids with bikes and scooters. Great play park and very close to town centre amenities

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Bev M
27 October 2017|
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Response from Geo47 | Reviewed this property |
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
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rablynne
9 July 2017|
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Response from Nicolle M | Reviewed this property |
As far as I’m aware you can as long as you do not damage anything and tidy up after yourself. It’s always best to ask first though .
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