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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

Year-round, Burntisland:

The Museum features a walk through the sights and sounds of the town’s fair in 1910, based on a painting of the scene by local artist Andrew Young.

Year-round, Fife:

The British Golf Museum is the world’s premier heritage centre for golf, situated just yards form the Old Course in St Andrews.

Year-round, Kingdom of Fife:

Opened in 1969, this award-winning museum tells the story of fishing in Scotland throughout the ages to present day.

Year-round, Kingdom of Fife:

Fourteenth century castle with walled garden, woodland and meadow walks.

Year-round, St Andrews:

Situated in a grand Victorian mansion in Kinburn Park, the museum tells the story of St Andrews’ heritage from early times through to the 20th century.

Year-round, St Andrews:

This ruined cathedral dates back to 1160 and was consecrated in the presence of Robert the Bruce in 1318.

Year-round,Kingdom of Fife:

Formerly a private residence, Pittencrieff House Museum is an elegant 17th century mansion housing a display for Pittencreiff Park, known locally as `The Glen.

Year-round, Fife:

A landscape that changes almost as you watch, Tentsmuir displays a rich variety of nature from the constantly moving sand at the edge of the sea to the colourful dune heathland.

Year-round, Fife:

Anchored on the edge of the Firth of Forth, the Isle of May is a magical mix of seabirds, seals and smugglers.

Year-round, Dunfermline:

Once the administrative headquarters of the first and finest Benedictine abbey in Scotland, Abbot House is now an award-winning heritage centre, providing an enchanting and atmospheric visitor experience.


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