Dunfermline in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... on the ground floor which is well known for its range of delicious light meals, drinks and cakes. Dunfermline Abbey dates back to 1072 and was built by King David I in memory of Queen Margaret. The Abbey is still in use today as a place of worship and visitors can come to see the place where Robert The Bruce and seven other kings are laid to rest. The Abbey also has magnificent stained glass windows each telling a story about Dunfermline's past. The graveyard contains a number of graves of interest in peaceful surroundings. Every Sunday morning at around 11am you can hear the Abbey bells sing out before the weekly service and the music ... more
Customer Dunfermline in General Reviews (5)
by - written on 07/10/09, updated on 09/10/09 (Very useful, 405 readings)
Dunfermline is a town in the Kingdom of Fife which was first recorded in 508AD and has an impressive history as it was once the capital of Scotland and was home to Queen Margaret and Malcolm Canmore. The town has good transport links with two train stations, a new bus station and easy access to the M90 motorway meaning that Edinburgh is less than half an hour away and it's location in the Central belt means that it is easily accessible from the rest of Scotland. The Heritage quarter of Dunfermline is where you will find Scotland's other Royal Mile with Dunfermline Abbey, Andrew Carnegies Birthplace and Abbot House all within easy walking distance of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/09 (Useful, 80 readings)
Dunfermline is an old historic town in the Fife region of Scotland and was once the capital of Scotland. Its population is in the region of 150,000 which makes it one the highest populated towns in Fife. In terms of tourist attractions, Dunfermline does have a few to offer! Dunfermline Abbey is easily accessibly from the high street and is complemented by Abbot House Heritage Centre, where you can learn a lot about the history of Dunfermline with a guided tour. You can also visit the birthplace of Andrew Carnegie, which has its own museum, and Saint Margaret's Cave which is where the Queen of Scotland used to pray. In terms of shopping, Dunfermline isn't exactly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/08 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Dunfermline is a large town in west Fife. It was once Scotland''s capital and therefore has quite a rich history. The history of the town can be seen in detail by visiting Dunfermline Abbey and Palace, Abbot House and St Margarets Cave. Dunfermline is also the birth place of Andrew Carnegie and the original Carnegie Hall is here. You can also find out more about this amazing man by visiting the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum. You can also enjoy Pittencrieff Park (gifted to the town by Carnegie) which is a beautiful big park with play facilities and a small museum - lovely for a wander on a sunny day! Dunfermline is also a busy town with many small and large ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/08 (Useful, 90 readings)
From a tourist's point of view, Dunfermline is one of Scotland's most historic locations with points of historical importance including the Dunfermline Abbey where Robert The Bruce is laid to rest, Abbot House just off the grounds of the Abbey and Andrew Carnegie's birth place museum is just down the street. The town offers plenty of things to visit and see as a tourist. If shopping is what your after, then this is where Dunfermline will let you down. They have the regular Asda and Tesco, and a few smaller supermarkets dotted around. There is also two small retail parks, one comprising of B&Q, Halfords, and a few other DIY type stores, and the other being ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/01, updated on 14/11/03
I've been living in Dunfermline for six months now, and I have to admit it's growing on me. It's also just plain growing - and fast. More and more people are moving outside Edinburgh in search of cheaper living, and there are always plenty of diggers to be seen around the town as the green belt grows steadily narrower. Dunfermline prides itself on being one of the oldest towns in the country - in fact, in days of yore, Dunfermline was actually the capital of Scotland. Must have been before they had cities... The town centre is small, and all the attractions are within walking distance of each other, but the surrounding areas are fairly ... Read the complete review
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