The Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum makes a perfect stopping point whether on your way to the Highlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, Perth, Dundee or St. Andrews!
The Museum is located in the Heritage Quarter, a 5 minute walk downhill from Dunfermline Palace and Abbey (along St. Margaret Street).
• Bespoke guided tours*
• Coach drop-off point
• A unique visitor experience full of surprising facts and artefacts
• Handloom weaving demonstrations (once a month)
*Guided tours are catered to suit your needs and last between 30 minutes and up to an hour. To find out more or to book a slot please contact the Visitor Services Officer at email@example.com
or T: (+44) 01383 724302 to discuss your group’s needs further.
Community & Access Groups
We invite community and access groups to explore our collection for free through guided visits.
Community and access groups consist of, or work with, people who require additional support in order to visit the museum. These groups might visit for learning, therapeutic or social reasons. They include disabled people, people who are isolated in society, people who may feel excluded and people who may not be able to visit on their own for a variety of reasons.
To find out more, please contact the Learning Officer by email
T: (+44) 01383 749 769