Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries (DCL&G) is an award-winning museum, gallery spaces, cafe, shop and reading rooms all adjoining the world's first Carnegie Library.
Situated in Scotland's ancient capital, the museum offers a stunning view across to Dunfermline Abbey.
address1-7 Abbot Street,
contact detailsTel: 01383 602365
The Galleries bring the past, present and future of Dunfermline – one of Scotland’s ancient Royal capitals – to life, by showcasing historic collections and superb built heritage, and by conserving and interpreting historic objects for future generations.
To complete your visit make sure to stop off at the café and shop. The café offers a new vantage point to admire Dunfermline Abbey from, with large glass windows and a balcony area to take your tea outside, weather permitting!
The new Museum Shop is well stocked with a wide variety of gifts, including items that have been specially commissioned for the building along with unique artistic works.
Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries is in the heart of the town's heritage quarter, next to the Abbey and a short walk from the High Street, the bus station and railway station. It is about 8.5 miles from the Forth Road Bridge.