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Pittencrieff Park

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With over 750,000 visitors each year, Pittencrieff Park, or 'The Glen' as it is more commonly known as by local people, is one of Scotland’s most important and popular urban parks. Well known for its resident peacocks, this 76-acre park is of huge historical and cultural significance to Dunfermline, West Fife and beyond.

The Glen Pavilion within the Park is a lovely Art Deco style building that is a popular wedding venue. Pittencrieff Park plays host to many events throughout the year including the Bruce Festival and the annual fireworks display that is enjoyed by people of all ages.

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