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Dunfermline Self Guided Walking Tours







The six self-guided walking tours take you on a fascinating journey of discovery around Scotland's newest city Dunfermline. 

Grab your earbuds and enjoy!


St Margaret's Journey 

Listen in to local lass Fiona as she taker her friend Thomas - visiting for the first time - around Dunfermline. She shared her admiration for St Margaret with stories - some passed down since Margaret arrived here over 950 years ago - and takes him on a fascinating journey around key locations. Click HERE to explore.


Historic Bruce Street 

In the heart of Dunfermline, Bruce Street has seen many changes over the years, which echo the wider history of Dunfermline and Scotland. Mentioned as Collier Row in the Annals of Dunfermline in the 1400s it was renamed to Bruce Street in 1833 as the town began to expand through industrialisation and a growing population. Click HERE to explore.


International connections 

For a small city in Fife, Dunfermline has had a big impact around the world. From sports and religion to music and historic figures, Dunfermline’s international influence reaches as far as America, Denmark and Spain.  Globe-trot around our streets and be prepared to be surprised…. Click HERE to explore.


Right Royal Toun

Dunfermline sees the beginning of 250 years’ reign by Canmore Kings and Queens of Scotland – and the town where an ancestor to the current royal family was born. Do you know its regal story? Discover more on this short tour of connections to royalty, past and present. Click HERE to explore. 


Dunfermline's Soundtrack 

Dance in Dunfermline’s streets as you discover the city’s relationship with music, venues and performers. Who’s played here? Who’s from here? Listen and learn about Dunfermline’s music scene…earbuds at the ready…Click HERE to explore.


Pittencrieff Park 

A guide on how to experience The Glen in new ways. Tips on connecting with nature and with yourself. Reminders of activities to do and plants to be seen in each of the corners of the 76 acre park. Click HERE to explore. 





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