Fife is a historic county of Scotland making it an excellent place to explore on foot!
There are lots of things to do and many interesting places to visit while you are walking in the Kingdom.
Below we have listed a few of our favourite places to visit each with webs links so you can learn more about them. We will be adding to this list as we find more and share them with you.
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Dunfermline Abbey & Palace
Some of Scotland’s greatest medieval monarchs were laid to rest at Dunfermline Abbey.
Aberdour Castle & Gardens
Possibly Scotland’s oldest standing castle located in the coastal village of Aberdour.
The Fife Folk Museum
The Fife Folk Museum is located in High Street, Ceres within a recognised conservation area.
Lochore Meadows is a great place to visit with a wide range of leisure and recreational activities.
Scotland's Secret Bunker
Hidden beneath an innocent Scottish farmhouse lies Scotland’s Secret Bunker.
Deep Sea World
Deep Sea World is Scotland’s National Aquarium and is located in North Queensferry.
Scottish Fisheries Museum
The Scottish Fisheries Museum is located in the harbour village of Anstruther
The Scottish Deer Centre
See deer from around the world at the Scottish Deer Centre. Fun for all ages.
Kingsbarns Whisky Distillery
Discover the process of whisky making and the history of the distillery.
Kellie Castle dates from the 14th century and has acres of woodland walks.
Andrew Carnegie Birthplace
Discover how Andrew Carnegie became the richest man in the world.
Experience the excitement of birds of prey at Scotland’s leading falconry centre.