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Visiting the Park

Pittencrieff Park is situated to the west of the city centre of Dunfermline.


The formal entrance to the park is the Louise Carnegie Gates at the bottom of the High Street (Bridge Street). Other entrances are from Pittencrieff Street, Nethertown Broad Street and St Catherine’s Wynd.

Additional entrances from Moodie Street and St Margaret’s Street lead to the scenic walk along the Tower Burn in the lowest part of the Park.

Coming by bus

There are regular public bus services operated by Stagecoach in Fife that stop on Moodie Street and Pittencrieff Street. Visit their website to plan your journey.

Dunfermline’s bus station, situated on Queen Anne Street, is only a 5-minute walk from the Louise Carnegie entrance.

Coming by bicycle

Bikes are welcome to use the paths and trails throughout the park. Please note, there is no designated bike parking available inside the park.

Coming by train

The nearest rail station is Dunfermline Town, which is only half a mile away and is a ten-minute walk to the park’s Nethertown Broad Street entrance.

Coming by car

Free parking is available in the park’s main car park at the Pittencrieff Street entrance. Limited parking is also available inside the park both behind and to the west of the Glen Pavilion.

Disabled parking is available in the car park behind the Glen Pavilion.

No unauthorised vehicles are permitted to drive within the main park.

Coach parking is available in the main car park off Pittencrieff Street.

Public toilets

Free ladies, gents, disabled and baby changing facilities are available all year round. These are next to the Lily pond.

Opening hours are:

  • October to April -  9am to 3.45pm
  • May to September - 9am to 4.30pm