Dumfermline – one of the oldest
town and Scotland's ancient capital city, Dumfermline with an impressive
history has always been one of the finest Scottish destination to
explore the historic charm of Scotland. The ironforts, bronze age
settlements and the 12th century abbey and plenty more such ancient
sites keeps Dumfermline rooted to its rich heritage. The destination was
also an industrial town with production of table linen and weaving of
With proximity to Edinburgh, Dumfermline
happens to be a perfect place for holidaying. You can find a choice of
activities and events to keep you busy here. One can try out a mix of
sporting events and spa facilities here, golf courses are also there for
golf lovers. Believe us you will find this place quite interesting than
other cities or towns of
Top attractions in Dumfermline :
Abbot House – This heritage
site in Dumfermline was once the administrative headquarters of the
first and finest Benedictine abbey in Scotland.
Andrew Carnegie Museum- Its the
birthplace of the weavers son who became ‘King-Steel’ in America, the
worlds richest man who turned philanthropist.
Dunfermline Abbey & Palace -
The elegant ruins of Dunfermline Abbey are what is left of a great
Benedictine abbey founded by Queen Margaret in the 11th Century.
Dunfermline Museum - The
Dunfermline Museum offers a small gallery of artwork as well a an
extensive collection of artefacts and historical documents that relate
to the history of the community.