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Situated at the heart of Dunfermline, Carnegie Hall is a beautiful art deco theatre which hosts a diverse programme of entertainment.
Situated just to the north of Dunfermline, this country park is surrounding by the village of Townhill.
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This recently renovated creative learning centre hosts a variety of local theatre productions, music events and workshops.
The birthplace and memorial to Andrew Carnegie, the weaver's son who made a fortune from the furnaces of the American steel industry and who gave his fortune away to benefit humanity.
GMP Scotland is the leading stock car racing promoter in Scotland, based at the Racewall, Central Park, Cowdenbeath, Fife.
This public park of outstanding quality was gifted to the people of Dunfermline by Andrew Carnegie, the Scottish born American industrialist and philanthropist.
A 17th century house which was transformed into a museum by Robert Lorimer when Andrew Carnegie gave Pittencrieff Park to Dunfermline in 1903. The exterior of the house was authentically restored in 2010, its 400th anniversary.
Historic Buildings & Homes
Abbot House is now a public heritage centre but it has had many purposes over hundreds of years from a mansion to an art school.
Built by the Douglas family, the 13th century fortified residence of Aberdour Castle was extended in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries.
See over 150 buses at the museum, most of Scottish origin, in different levels of condition from some neglected buses to fully restored vehicles.