The Pineapple and Dunmore Estate, near Airth

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The Pineapple is perhaps Britain's most surprising building - a unique folly built by the Earl of Dunmore in 1761. As well as the Pineapple, this walk continues through the Dunmore Estate, visiting a ruined tower, the estate village, and the banks of the River Forth.


Mostly waymarked farm tracks; some muddy sections.

Public Transport

There is a bus stop on the main road by Dunmore, passed on the walk (buses from Stirling and Grangemouth).


Car park at the Pineapple. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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