Things to do in Fife

Top Things to Do in Fife, Scotland - Fife Attractions

Things to Do in Fife

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  • Andrea S
    Kilmarnock, UK3 contributions
    We took part in the Halloween Virtual Gin Tasting Saturday 31st October. Adam was our host. He was engaging, funny and had a great knowledge of the subject.

    The presentation of the gins was excellent and the tasting did not disappoint. This is an excellent purchase for any gin lover and made for a fun night in.

    This is probably the best virtual gin tasting there is. Can’t recommend this enough.
    Written 2 November 2020
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  • Shruthi
    United Kingdom66 contributions
    On a beautiful sunny day, this beach is a lovely spot for s long walk and to catch sun going down. It has ample car park space and a golf club nearby too. We enjoy good hour long walk and made some lovely memories. Must visit beach in east coast of Scotland.
    Written 22 April 2022
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  • Colo_Traveler05
    Littleton, Colorado207 contributions
    It is currently closed but it's so large that you can still see it over the fences. It's a shame that it has been deconstructed and allowed to disintegrate over time. You can still get a feeling of the grand scale of the cathedral. It must have been breathtaking.
    Written 10 May 2022
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  • Colo_Traveler05
    Littleton, Colorado207 contributions
    When you play the Old Course, or on a Sunday when the Old Course is closed, you must stop by to get this classic photo. You'll stand in the same place where Nicklaus, Watson, Palmer, and other famous golfers once stood. Frame it and keep it forever.
    Written 10 May 2022
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  • Sandancer77
    Wemyss Bay, UK1,842 contributions
    This park is huge! It has free parking or you can park in town and walk down to it. There’s so much to see. Among other things, it has a large children’s play area, cafe, peacock sanctuary, toilets, woodland walks/glen, gardens and greenhouse. A nice place to spend a couple of hours. Well worth a visit.
    Written 20 March 2022
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  • Tracy M
    Hamilton, UK8 contributions
    Visited the park twice on a family holiday. It was fantastic for the kids. Plenty to do and kids and adults had a fantastic time. Staff were so lovely everywhere you went in park. A big thank you to the staff at the boats as my son threw a favourite toy in the water and the guy retrieved it with help from his colleagues. Brilliant service and made a little boy very happy.
    Written 15 April 2022
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  • victoria B
    Lincolnshire, UK373 contributions
    Although there is not a lot left of the castle, there is still enough there to make a visit worthwhile to St Andrews, if combined with the Abbey. Regardless, the castle is in a stunning location.

    There is no car park and on street parking was tricky when I visited as it was the first week back for the students after the summer recess.

    There is a shop and toilets at the castle entrance.
    Written 9 November 2021
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  • craigluscar
    Dunfermline, UK13,565 contributions
    We walked a short section of the coastal path that we had not done before from Inverkeithing Harbour to St Davids Harbour . The route is tarmacadamed and had plenty seating with great views of the bridges .There is a derelict metal pier that used to serve Prestonhill Quarry that is very photogenic and slightly inland is a small loch formed when the quarry closed down this is well used by scuba divers . Unfortunately it is a magnet for youngsters jumping in from the cliffs which the council is trying to discourage further along you get the broad sweep of the bay leading to St Davids harbour Dalgety Bay with great views of the Houndstooth Terminal on the other side of the river
    Written 21 June 2021
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  • weeblondscotty
    Inverness28 contributions
    We visited as a family of 4 with a 7 and 2 year old. The park is wonderful-plenty of animals to see and many up quite close. There are a few picnic areas, one under cover in a barn. There were plenty of places for refreshments and toilets too.

    We found the rangers really made this park-every one we bumped into took time to speak to us and tell us more about the animals and they were really enthusiastic about their subject.

    There were a couple of play parks - one in the woods and another in the barn and again this added to our enjoyment.

    We found the entry fee to be very reasonable compared to similar attractions and would definitely recommend this place!
    Written 15 May 2022
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  • John B
    Dunfermline, UK73 contributions
    Great park. We love walking our dog there. My partner uses a wheelchair and it's easy to get around majority of the park. Parking is free too which is a bonus
    Written 22 July 2021
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  • Elzbie
    Edinburgh, UK1 contribution
    What a lovely park. Apart from running around the on the beach front, I'd say this park is the highlight of Kirkcaldy. We saw some ducks, enjoyed the variety of trees and flowers, winding walks and scenic viewpoints from atop the small hill by Wizard's walk on a bench. 11/10 would recommend. Quiet, clean, perfect for a sunny day.
    Written 8 May 2022
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  • bazlew
    trevor nr llangollen38 contributions
    Some areas appear to be a little in need off tender loving care...perhaps missing volunteers due to covid? But still a beautiful garden, in a beautiful, peaceful setting.
    Written 16 July 2021
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  • Barry
    Chepstow, UK5 contributions
    Great venue to visit. Modern and clean but with many old features which makes it a beautiful building and gallery. Staff were excellent. I certainly learnt a lot about the area’s history. Would come again for sure.
    Written 5 January 2022
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  • Gene R J
    Silver Spring, MD7,838 contributions
    We stopped here on our way from The Kelpies to Dundee. After parking(2GBP/2+hours) in front of the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum and receiving an excellent free tour, we walked a ½ mile circuit to this 11th C ruins. Inside, while seeing some of its structural details, we discovered free tickets were available to enter the repaired abbey nave and the adjoining 19th C parish church. There, a docent opened the door to display its interesting columns, beautiful stained glass and the historical royal tomb markers before directing us into the new church where Robert the Bruce is buried.
    Having seen the movie, Braveheart, and visited the Sterling battle site, this was a highpoint, accompanied with organ music.
    Written 13 May 2022
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  • CovadongaC
    Glenrothes, UK37 contributions
    Coffee stop after coastal walk. Spacious new layout. Good barista coffee. Great selection of cakes and tray bakes. Enthusiastic and welcoming staff.
    Written 2 October 2021
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