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Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre
Set in 100 acres of Perhshire countryside, Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre has animals and birds from all over the world. Attractions include falconry displays, indoor and outdoor play areas, animal and chick handling, a unique bird hatchery and the Highland Castle...
 
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Earthquake House
Not far away, Comrie is a charming village where - by UK standards, at least - earth tremors are often felt. It has been nicknamed the ’Shakey Toun’ in times gone by and it is here that the world’s very...
 
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Abbot House   (Approx 8 Miles)
Abbot House, once the administrative headquarters of the first and finest Benedictine abbey in Scotland, is the jewel in Dunfermline’s heritage crown. It has witnessed the intrigues of Church and State and even outlasted much of the great Abbey it...
 
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Andrew Carnegie Museum   (Approx 44 Miles)
Visit the birthplace of the weavers son who became ‘King-Steel’ in America, the worlds richest man who turned philanthropist. Weaving demonstrations on first Friday of the month from April. The museum is open March to November, Monday to Saturday 10am...
 
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Blackness Castle   (Approx 43 Miles)
Situated in a beautiful location on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth looking across to Fife. The castle was built in the 15th Century by one of the most powerful families in Scotland, the Crichtons, the fortress...
 
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Culross Palace   (Approx 5 Miles)
This small royal burgh on the north shore of the Forth provides a striking introduction to Scottish domestic life in the 16th and 17th centuries. Culross was then a thriving community, developed under the businesslike laird, Sir George Bruce, with...
 
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Dunfermline City Chambers   (Approx 6 Miles)
Dunfermline City Chambers have been one of the most important parts of the communities’ institutions for many centuries, and it is a real treat to be able to look inside them as a visitor to the area. See where...
 
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Dunfermline Museum   (Approx 5 Miles)
The Dunfermline Museum offers a small gallery of artwork as well a an extensive collection of artefacts and historical documents that relate to the history of the community. There has been a settlement in and around this site for...
 
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Knockhill Racing Circuit   (Approx 6 Miles)
Get behind the seat of a Formula First single-seater racing car or rally car, go off-road in a 4x4 or be driven round the racing circuit by a professional. Alternatively, sit back and enjoy the races. The purpose built floodlit...
 
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Pittencrieff House Museum   (Approx 6 Miles)
For nearly three hundred years Pittencrief House was a family home until in 1903 Andrew Carnegie purchased the property and the surrounding grounds. As a gift to the people, Carnegie developed the house into a permanent exhibition dedicated to...
 
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Scottish Vintage Bus Museum   (Approx 8 Miles)
Possibly Britain’s largest collection of historic buses dating from the 1920’s to the 1980’s. There are beautifully restored buses to see in the main exhibition hall, as well as buses under restoration in the large workshops. The museum is home...
 
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St Margaret's Cave   (Approx 8 Miles)
This cave is named after Queen Margaret who used to come to the caverns, meditate and pray in the 11th Century. Canonised in 1250 and made patron saint of Scotland in 1673, the cave has become one of the...
 
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