There are numerous things to do in Fife, hopefully you can identify quickly what you or the
family might be interested in. Of course the most famous thing that many come to Fife for
is GOLF, as our beautiful town of St Andrews is renowned as being the Home of Golf.

Driving - If you have driven here or hired a car - then a nice leisurely drive around the
Kingdom will be most pleasant. There are plenty of places to stop at for refreshments
Follow the well sign posted Fife Coastal Tourist Route and the North Fife Tourist Trail.

Cycling - The Kingdom of Fife has some wonderful dedicated Cycle Routes.

Walking - The Fife Coastal Path has something for every ability. Maps are available.

Guided Walks and Boat Trips - There are a number of places that organise these
Anstruther - The Pleasure trips will take you to the Isle of May.
Crail - Guided walks are available with local guides
St Andrews - You can get a guided walk on the Old Course, as well as around the town.

Sports - If sports is your 'thing' - find out more about the dozens of things to do in Fife.

Beaches - The Kingdom of Fife has some wonderful Beaches and watersports is very popular
                     in many areas. Here are a few:
Aberdour - Silver Sands Beach and Harbour Beach
Burntisland - Lots of fun for all the family at this beach
Kinghorn - The beach at Pettycur Bay is stunning
Elie - The beach at the Harbour is full of watersports activities, Woodhaven is a bit quieter
Anstruther - Billow Ness Beach
Crail - Roome Bay
St Andrews - West Sands Beach is just glorious

Visitor Attractions - There are a number of interesting Visitor Attractions in the Kingdom.
North Queensferry - Visit Deep Sea World, Scotland's National Aquarium - virtually right
                                  under the Awesome Forth Rail Bridge
Dysart - The Harbourmaster's House is where to learn more about Fife's fishing trade
St Andrews - The Aquarium is well worth a visit
Near Cupar - The Scottish Deer Farm and Kingdom Animal Centre are great places for all

Parks & Gardens - There is nothing nicer on a sunny day than to go to the country parks.
Saline - Kirklands Gardens
Dunfermline - Public Park and Pittencrieff Park, and the Townhill Country Park
Lochore - Lochore Meadows
Burntisland - Burntisland Links
Kirkcaldy - Beveridge Park, Ravenscraig Park, War Memorial Gardens
Glenrothes - Riverside park
Markinch - Balbirnie Park
Leven - Letham Glen, Silverburn Estate
St Andrews - Craigtown Country Park, Botanic Gardens and Cambo Gardens (at Kingsbarns)

Entertainment - The kingdom boasts some excellent Cinemas & Theatres, and you'll
                                 certainly find plenty of things to do in Fife.
Dunfermline - Carnegie Hall and Fife Leisure Park (cinema and 10 pin bowling and gym)
Kirkcaldy - Adam Smith Theatre
Glenrothes - Rothes Halls
St Andrews - Byre Theatre, there is also a cinema there too

Historic Buildings - Fife is stuffed full of the most amazing Historic Sites & Buildings
that it's hard to know where to start, but you'll find plenty of things to do in Fife.
Culross - You will be spellbound by this amazing village with its Palace and Town House
Dunfermline - With the Abbey, Palace, Abbot House and St Margaret's Cave
Aberdour - The castle is another place worth visiting.
Inchcolm Island - What a treat you will have if you take a boat trip to Inchcolm Abbey
Dysart (near Kirkcaldy) - The 17th Century Fishermens' house at the Pan Ha' is worth a visit
Falkland - The awesome Falkland palace dominates the village and is so full of history
Cupar - Hill of Tarvit Mansionhouse and Gardens
Pittenweem - Kellie Castle and Garden - rumours have it that the castle is haunted
St Monans - If you're down in the East Neuk - stop at the 18th century Mill.
Ceres - This delightful village is home Scotstarvit Tower.
St Andrews - Take time out from the Golf, visit The Cathedral, Tower and the Castle

Art Galleries & Museums - Fife also has some excellent Art Galleries and Museums.
Dunfermline - Pittencrieff House Museum, the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum
Aberdour - See the Shoreline Studio
Burntisland - is home to the Edwardian Fair Museum
Kirkcaldy - has its own Museum and Art Gallery
Buckhaven - has its own Museum
Methil - has its own Heritage Centre
Pittenweem - Home to the Art Festival - check out Heron Gallery, Fisher Studio and Gallery
Anstruther - Have a great visit to the Scottish Fisheries Museum
Crail - has the Museum and Heritage Centre as well as the Jerdan Gallery
St Andrews - Visit the famous British Golf Museum, St Andrews Museum
Ceres (Near Cupar) - Visit the Fife Folk Museum

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