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Formerly known as the Castle of Glooms, this castle is beautifully sited upon a narrow bridge overlooked by the Ochil Hills.
Whether you want to learn about the 877 Battle of Dollar or see Neolithic stone carvings, this museum is packed full of fascinating exhibits.
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Nature Centres & Reserves
Loch Leven RSPB is part of Loch Leven National Nature Reserve. The loch is famous for its connections to Mary Queen of Scots and as Scotland’s largest lowland freshwater loch.
Visit the birthplace of Sir William Alexander at the historical Menstrie Castle.
This garden is still evolving after 20 years. Several ponds are surrounded by primulas, mature trees and rhododendrons.
Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys
St Serf’s Church is a charmingly simple Norman-style church in the village of Tullibody of Clackmannanshire.
See over 150 buses at the museum, most of Scottish origin, in different levels of condition from some neglected buses to fully restored vehicles.
Tullibardine Distillery produces a Highland single malt range. The visitor centre offers a range of tours and tastings.
Formed from the woodlands of Alva House Estate, the park provides a network of public footpaths and is suitable for many outdoor activities.
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.