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Fire Station Creative is in Dunfermline, Fife. This iconic building was designed by James Shearer and built in 1934. The Fife Fire and Rescue Service relocated in 2010 and this extraordinary building had been lying empty since, a listed building on the 'at risk register'. 

It is currently owned by Fife Council, which has agreed to rent it at a peppercorn rate to the charity Fire Station Creative. 

The Fire Station has served its people well over the years. The energy is alive in the building to this day. 


Dunfermline itself is a town steeped in history and with a bright future!  

This facility joins an impressive list that includes the stunning 17th Century Abbot's House, which in turn overlooks Dunfermline Abbey and Palace, the former home of kings. The philanthropist and entrepreneur Andrew Carnegie was born here and his life and times are celebrated in the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum. On a more modern note, there are two music halls and a handful of interesting music venues. 

For more information about what's going on in Dunfermline check out



T: 01383 721 564

Add: Carnegie Drive



KY12 7AN



For General Management and exhibitions please contact :


To make a booking in our cafe call 01383 721564 or email


For enquiries about our classroom availability and to book contact



For marketing opportunities please contact 





There is parking for disabled visitors in the grounds of the Fire Station, just to the east of the building.

There is pay and display parking right next door to the Fire Station. 

Our neighbour, Tesco allow free parking in their customer car park for a maximum of 3 hours. 


Just over 6 miles from the World Heritage Site of the Forth Rail Bridge. Close to motorways, a train station and a bus station. Just north of the High Street,

next door to the new Tesco on Carnegie Drive, Dunfermline KY12 7AN.