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Top things to do in Fife

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Swilcan Burn Bridge (St. Andrews)
Ranked #1 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Bridges; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #2 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Museums
Owner description: Birthplace of Andrew Carnegie, the weaver's son who became the richest man in the world and gave his riches away for the... more » Owner description: Birthplace of Andrew Carnegie, the weaver's son who became the richest man in the world and gave his riches away for the benefit of mankind. Interactive displays, monthly weaving demos,temporary exhibitions, children's activities, delightful cafe, garden, gift shop and unique events space all ensure the museum is a fascinating place to visit for all the family. Open March-November, Mon-Sat 10.00-17.00, Sun 14.00-17.00 Free admission, free parking, coach drop-off, disabled facilities, baby changing. « less
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West Sands (St. Andrews)
Ranked #3 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
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Forth Bridge (North Queensferry)
Ranked #4 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Bridges; Landmarks
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St Andrews Cathedral (St. Andrews)
Ranked #5 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
Owner description: The remains of what was Scotland’s largest and most magnificent church still show how impressive St Andrews Cathedral must... more » Owner description: The remains of what was Scotland’s largest and most magnificent church still show how impressive St Andrews Cathedral must have been in its prime. Its museum houses a collection of early and later medieval sculpture as well as other relics found on the site. Spectacular views from St Rule's Tower. « less
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Isle of May (Cupar)
Ranked #6 of 71 attractions in Fife
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Pittencrieff Park (Dunfermline)
Ranked #7 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Parks; Outdoors
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Ranked #8 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Parks; Outdoors
Owner description: Craigtoun Park is a 47 acre park only 2 miles from St Andrews. It's a great day out for the whole family. Try the Rio Grande... more » Owner description: Craigtoun Park is a 47 acre park only 2 miles from St Andrews. It's a great day out for the whole family. Try the Rio Grande railway, Crazy Golf, Putting and Puffin,Billy - the road train that takes you round the whole Park. There are boats and pedaloes, a Bouncy castle and pedal cars for the little uns. The cafe serves teas and coffees and has a huge selection of ice creams. Park is open weekends until 28th June and then daily until the end of August, then weekends through September and much of October. « less
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Culross Palace (Culross)
Ranked #9 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; Cultural
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Elie Beach (Elie)
Ranked #10 of 71 attractions in Fife
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Ranked #11 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Ancient Ruins; Historic Sites; Gardens; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Cultural
Owner description: Set in the heart of Falkland conservation village, and surrounded by extensive gardens, this partly restored Renaissance... more » Owner description: Set in the heart of Falkland conservation village, and surrounded by extensive gardens, this partly restored Renaissance palace is the perfect place to while away an afternoon. Certificate of Excellence 2014 Winner Falkland Palace Part of the Palace is in ruins but the original and reconstructed rooms are packed with 17th-century Flemish tapestries, elaborate painted ceilings and antique furnishings. The beautiful, tranquil grounds are worth a visit alone. They are home to the oldest Real or Royal tennis court in Britain, built for King James the V. The grounds also include ruins of the 12th century Castle of Falkland, extensive gardens designed by Percy Cane and an ancient Orchard with a wild flower meadow « less
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Ranked #12 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Gardens; Outdoors
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Crail Harbor (Crail)
Ranked #13 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Bodies of Water; Outdoors
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Ranked #14 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Race Car Tracks; Theaters & Stadiums
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Ranked #15 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
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Ranked #16 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Outdoors
Owner description: Please note that the Comrie centre is now closed and all our activities will be carried out at our base at The Scottish Deer... more » Owner description: Please note that the Comrie centre is now closed and all our activities will be carried out at our base at The Scottish Deer centre, near Cupar in Fife.All vouchers include access to the deer centre so it is well worth coming along for a whole day out and enjoy all the attractions and facilities on offer here. « less
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Ranked #17 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Outdoors
Owner description: Covering over 55 acres of countryside, the centre is home to fourteen species of deer from all over the world, Fife’s only... more » Owner description: Covering over 55 acres of countryside, the centre is home to fourteen species of deer from all over the world, Fife’s only wolf pack, otters and other rare breeds including the Scottish Wildcat. You can also come face to face with some amazing birds in the Raptor World Bird of Prey Centre. You’ll learn all about these amazing creatures and enjoy a day that is not only fun, but also provides a fascinating insight into the animal kingdom. More information about daily tours, feeding events, activities and dates can be found on the centre's website. After a busy day getting to know the animals, why not relax and unwind with afternoon tea in the café, or pick up a bargain at the woollen mill shop.Take a walk on the wild side and join The Scottish Deer Centre for a great day out the whole family will enjoy! « less
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Ranked #18 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Museums
Owner description: The Museum of the University of St Andrews (MUSA) is a free museum displaying some of the amazing treasures from the... more » Owner description: The Museum of the University of St Andrews (MUSA) is a free museum displaying some of the amazing treasures from the University's collection of over 112,000 artefacts. The Museum is located on the Scores in St Andrews and is home to St Salvator's Mace, which is still used in Graduation and Welcome ceremonies to this day. The museum has four galleries, a 'Learning Loft' and a viewing terrace with stunning panoramic views over St Andrews Bay. MUSA is family friendly and its galleries feature a number of fun hands-on interactives as well as an art cart which is full of creative activities for children from dressing up to drawing. Free admission. « less
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British Golf Museum (St. Andrews)
Ranked #19 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: What better place to learn about the 500-year history of golf than at this museum located in St. Andrews, the "home of golf,"... more » Owner description: What better place to learn about the 500-year history of golf than at this museum located in St. Andrews, the "home of golf," located on the West Sands next to the Old Course and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club. « less
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Ranked #20 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Castles; Religious Sites; Cultural
Owner description: The great abbey of Dunfermline was founded in the 11th century by Queen Margaret and the foundations of the original building... more » Owner description: The great abbey of Dunfermline was founded in the 11th century by Queen Margaret and the foundations of the original building lie under the stunning 12th century Romanesque style nave.The Abbey Church is the last resting place of many Scottish kings and queens.The adjoining church, at the front of Dunfermline Abbey and Palace, is not owned or operated by Historic Scotland. It is a functioning church where services are conducted.Dunfermline Abbey has a history stretching back to the 11th century – the time of King Malcolm III and Queen Margaret. In the 12th century, their son, David I, raised the little priory to the lofty status of abbey. He endowed it richly, and brought stonemasons from Durham Cathedral to help build it. The great nave still stands largely complete, the most visually stunning example of Romanesque architecture in Scotland.The abbey church is also famous as the mausoleum of some of Scotland’s great kings and queens. They include Queen Margaret (later canonised as St Margaret), David I and King Robert Bruce. As such, it occupies an especially important place in the national consciousness. Late on in its history, the abbey cloister became a royal palace. The ill-fated Charles I was born here, in 1600. « less
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St Andrews Castle (St. Andrews)
Ranked #21 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Castles; Cultural
Owner description: On a headland to the north of St Andrews stand the ruins of the town's castle, the main residence of the bishops and... more » Owner description: On a headland to the north of St Andrews stand the ruins of the town's castle, the main residence of the bishops and archbishops of St Andrews - the focal point of the Church in medieval Scotland. Today explore the underground 16th century siege mine and countermine and the bottle dungeon. There is a visitor centre with exhibition. « less
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Adam Smith Theatre (Kirkcaldy)
Ranked #22 of 71 attractions in Fife
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Ranked #23 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Castles; Gardens; Outdoors
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Cambo Estate Gardens (St. Andrews)
Ranked #24 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Gardens; Outdoors
Owner description: Recommended by the Good Garden Guide 2001 2.5 acre Victorian walled garden designed around the Cambo burn supplying the... more » Owner description: Recommended by the Good Garden Guide 2001 2.5 acre Victorian walled garden designed around the Cambo burn supplying the house with fruit, flowers and vegetables. *Ornamental potager *Interest all year round *Many rare and unusual plants *Renowned for snowdrops Open all year round 10.00 am to dusk Entry by honesty box ?3.00 per adult Children free Dogs welcome on leads Coaches welcome « less
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Ranked #25 of 71 attractions in Fife
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Lomond Hills (Falkland)
Ranked #26 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Geologic Formations; Outdoors
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Ranked #27 of 71 attractions in Fife
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Aberdour Castle (Aberdour)
Ranked #28 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Castles; Cultural
Owner description: The 13th century fortified residence of Aberdour was extended by the Douglases in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. It... more » Owner description: The 13th century fortified residence of Aberdour was extended by the Douglases in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. It boasts a delightful walled garden and terraces with beehive-shaped dovecot. « less
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Culross Abbey (Culross)
Ranked #29 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #30 of 71 attractions in Fife
Category: Historic Sites; Outdoors
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