This little museum gives a wonderful portrait of rural life in Fife in years gone by. Many of the exhibits have been donated by locals. You can see clothes, furniture, household implements and tools from many crafts and professions. There is also an outdoor display of old farm machinery.
What makes the museum so special is the enthusiastic staff of local volunteers - very knowledgeable and generous with their time.
There is a small cafe (three or four tables) where you can have coffee with a muffin or biscuit - and also souvenirs for sale.
In keeping with the larger museums in the area, the museum closes at the end of October for the winter and the volunteers will be refreshing their displays with newly-donated items ready for next year.
While we were there, a local family with three young children called in and were obviously frequent visitors. How nice for children to grow up with this marvellous resource on their doorstep - history preserved and respected.
The village of Ceres is very pretty with many attractive small houses - well worth a visit in its own right.
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