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Skydive St. Andrews (Glenrothes)
Ranked #1 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Sports Complexes
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Kingsbarns Golf Links (St. Andrews)
Ranked #2 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: A traditional Scottish links golf course with sea views over 1.5 miles of coastline ranked in the top 60 courses worldwide... more » Owner description: A traditional Scottish links golf course with sea views over 1.5 miles of coastline ranked in the top 60 courses worldwide and top 20 in Europe. « less
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St Andrews Links (St. Andrews)
Ranked #3 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Golf Courses; Historic Sites
Owner description: A golfing Mecca for the most accomplished golfer to the enthusiastic amateur, a trip to St Andrews Links is one which... more » Owner description: A golfing Mecca for the most accomplished golfer to the enthusiastic amateur, a trip to St Andrews Links is one which realises the ultimate dream for golfers worldwide. From the iconic Swilcan Bridge on the Old Course to Tom Morris’s masterful architecture on the New Course, St Andrews Links has developed over 600 years to become one of the most famous locations in golf. Perhaps most fascinating however, is the fact that all seven courses at St Andrews Links are public and open to everyone. St Andrews Links is the largest public golfing complex in Europe. From the terrifying sight of Hell Bunker on the Old Course to the gentle slopes of the Balgove, the Home of Golf has become the ultimate golfing destination for all ages and abilities. The three championship courses; the Old Course, New Course and Jubilee Course run parallel to each other along the famous St Andrews Links West Sands of St Andrews. Nestled on the opposite side of the Links are the Eden, Strathtyrum and the only nine hole course, the Balgove. A five minute drive from town is the seventh course, the award winning Castle Course which offers dramatic views over St Andrews from its spectacular cliff top location. Away from the course, explore the fantastic facilities St Andrews Links has to offer. Learn the game where it was first played at the St Andrews Links Golf Academy. The Academy offers first-class tuition from PGA-Qualified St Andrews Links professionals and is home the only Callaway Performance Centre (custom-fit) in Scotland. The driving range has over 60 bays, including 22 indoors, and a landing zone which is over 400 yards long. All mats are air cushioned, and five bays include the Power Tee automated system. There is short game area, which includes a replica of Road Bunker, and a putting green, once the second on the Eden Course and regarded as one of the finest in St Andrews. Shop our fantastic range of official merchandise from our five retail stores, the Old Course Shop, the 18th Green Shop, the Links Clubhouse Shop, the Castle Course shop and the oldest golf shop in the world – Tom Morris. Finally relax in the Swilcan Restaurant in the Links Clubhouse, The Eden Clubhouse or the Castle Course Clubhouse with a wee dram as you reflect on your visit to the Home of Golf. « less
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Ranked #4 of 115 attractions in Fife
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Swilken Burn Bridge (St. Andrews)
Ranked #5 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Bridges
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West Sands (St. Andrews)
Ranked #6 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #7 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Parks
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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Ranked #8 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: Hugely enjoyable golf, splendid clubhouse and warm welcome await at Crail Golfing Society. Founded in 1786 and the seventh... more » Owner description: Hugely enjoyable golf, splendid clubhouse and warm welcome await at Crail Golfing Society. Founded in 1786 and the seventh oldest golf club in the world, it celebrated its 225th anniversary in 2011. The club has two courses: Balcomie Links, a unique, traditional links laid out by Old Tom Morris, and Craighead Links, a challenging links experience designed by 2009 Golf Course Architect of the Year Gil Hanse. « less
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St Andrews Cathedral (St. Andrews)
Ranked #9 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites
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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Ranked #10 of 115 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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Ranked #11 of 115 attractions in Fife
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Forth Bridge (North Queensferry)
Ranked #12 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Bridges
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Isle of May (Cupar)
Ranked #13 of 115 attractions in Fife
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Ranked #14 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Gardens
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Pittencrieff Park (Dunfermline)
Ranked #15 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Parks
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Ranked #16 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Golf Courses
Built in 1895, the 6,604-yard track of "New" Course has remained virtually unchanged for more than a century.
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Crail Harbor (Crail)
Ranked #17 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Bodies of Water
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Falkland Palace (Falkland)
Ranked #18 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Ancient Ruins; Castles
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Elie Beach (Elie)
Ranked #19 of 115 attractions in Fife
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Ranked #20 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites
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Ranked #21 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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 #22 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Specialty Museums
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Ranked #23 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Golf Courses
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Ranked #24 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Sports Complexes
Cluny Kids (Kirkcaldy)
Ranked #25 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Playgrounds
Owner description: Cluny Kids is full of outdoor children's activities - we believe in letting kids play in a free and natural way: after all... more » Owner description: Cluny Kids is full of outdoor children's activities - we believe in letting kids play in a free and natural way: after all playing is what children do to grow, develop and understand their world.The outdoor Adventure park has fun for all the family with pedal karts, bouncing cushions, zip wires, twin forts, low ropes obstacle course. The indoor barn is a welcome treat on a rainy day with inflatable slide, climbing wall & pedal karting. Cluny kids 10+ can enjoy Clay target shooting,archery, air rifles & golf driving range.During the school holidays we run children's summer camps (see our Easter camp reviews) to keep your young ones busy. « less
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Ranked #26 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Race Car Tracks
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Ranked #27 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Golf Courses
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Aberdour Castle (Aberdour)
Ranked #28 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Castles
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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Ranked #29 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: The ruling authority of the game of golf that decides rules of the game, organizes tournaments and serves as a private... more » Owner description: The ruling authority of the game of golf that decides rules of the game, organizes tournaments and serves as a private members club. « less
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The Duke's St Andrews (St. Andrews)
Ranked #30 of 115 attractions in Fife
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: The Duke's, owned and managed by the Old Course Hotel, is a lush, heathland golf course perched on the hillside just a few... more » Owner description: The Duke's, owned and managed by the Old Course Hotel, is a lush, heathland golf course perched on the hillside just a few minutes from the hotel. Noted in Golf World's Top 100 Courses in the Scotland, this championship 18-hole course has magnificent greens, beautiful fairways, a fleet of electric golf buggies and five tees on every hole, making it most appealing to golfers of all abilities. Don't forget to visit The Duke's Clubhouse, a popular and relaxed dining venue with stunning views of St Andrews and beyond. The award-winning Duke’s Clubhouse offers a hearty selection of traditional food to warm the cockles of any weary golfer’s heart - tune in to the post-golfing analysis over a pint of beer or head on to the deck and catch a few rays of sun with a gin and tonic in hand. « less
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