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What’s on Fife

World-famous for its golf, and featuring some of Scotland’s best scenic attractions, the Kingdom of Fife is the ancestral home of Scottish monarchs. Barely 50 miles at its widest point, Fife still manages to offer any number of interesting days out, with castles, cathedrals, gardens and historical sites, plus a whole host of cultural and outdoor activities for your enjoyment. Fife is regarded as the Home of Golf and has more than 40 courses, including the famed and illustrious fairways of St Andrews. The Fife coastline is a very special environment, too, with its distinctive rock formations, delicate flora and varied wildlife. So, whatever your preference, whether you’re looking for relaxation or action, you’ll find it in Fife.

regional highlights

19th December 2014, Fife:

Don’t miss The Gala Christmas Concert at the Rothes Halls, now in its fourth year.

20th December 2014, Fife:

Christmas Crooners is jam-packed with festive favourites and the Christmas hits of Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole and, Ol’ Blue Eyes himself, Frank Sinatra.

28th November - 24th December 2014, Fife:

Snow White promises to be the perfect Christmas outing - full of the traditional Carnegie Hall festive cheer and guaranteed to make you laugh and sing-a-long.

Year-round, Fife:
A popular community museum with a permanent display about the Methil area and a programme of temporary exhibitions, tea room and shop.

By appointment, Fife:

A small local history museum with displays about the interesting town of Newburgh and local historian and benefactor, Alexander Laing.

Year-round, Fife:

Cambo’s Victorian Walled Garden and Woodland Garden are a joy to visit.

Year-round, Fife:

The Royal Burgh of Culross is a unique survival, a town that time has passed by.

Year-round, Fife:

The Castle is comprised of an imposing suite of buildings ranging from the 12th to the 17th century.

Year-round, Kingdom of Fife:

A hidden gem which has won international recognition, this 18-acre garden has about 8000 species of ferns, herbaceous plants, shrubs and trees - some are native to Scotland but most grow wild in other regions of the world.

Year-round, Fife:

The Abbey’s foundation dates back to 1072 and the time of King David I of Scotland who built the abbey in honour of his mother.


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