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#1 of 41 things to do in Kirkcaldy
Best place to go in Kirkcaldy if you are researching your family tree, they have a lot of info containing Kirkcaldy records and access to ancestry, the art gallery is well stocked with paintings and the museum dow...
Great place to visit for a brouse or just a cuppa staff very nice and family friendly great family search room as well
#43 of 41 things to do in Kirkcaldy
Great fun place for kids, really good food and very friendly staff, lovely atmosphere would definitely recommend
I can confidently say on behalf of all the parents and children, that we had a fantastic time, we were impressed with the excellent service plus surroundings Cluny Clays offered, and furthermore, we will definitel...
#7 of 41 things to do in Kirkcaldy
This lovely park is a great asset to the community situated off Dysart road with a large car park .There is a large car park and toilets.A superb swing park for children.The park is a haven for walkers,dog walkers...
It is very child friendly, good for learning to ride a bike and the added bonus of having the sea shore and coastal path incorporated.
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#9 of 41 things to do in Kirkcaldy
The rose garden is wonderful, the play area is great for kids, the pond is great fun with the pedal boats.
Very good park with plenty of play areas for children Also has crazy golf and boating pond Lots of grassy areas to have picnicsVery safe for children to run around and have fun.
#8 of 41 things to do in Kirkcaldy
Lovely park nice walks beautiful gardens lots of wildlife great for children this is an ideal place to go access to the sand and sea by steps lovely
... below the castle, park grounds are really clean, lots of dog walkers use the park and areas for kids to play, you can also access Dysart harbour either by going through a tunnel as such or by going down stairs...
#6 of 41 things to do in Kirkcaldy
Harbourmasters House Brilliant and VERY child friendly.
It is free (donations accepted) and albeit quite tiny, it is very informative with interactive areas for children.
#10 of 41 things to do in Kirkcaldy
The kids loved it!
#51 of 41 things to do in Kirkcaldy
A huge and incredibly great fun volcano slide separates the older kids area from the younger kids area, but the age criteria are mainly just guidelines and kids of all ages generally explore the entire place.
This is a brilliant place for kids, plenty to do with staff dressed up in the kids favourite characters!!....can also eat here too.
Padlox Escape Rooms Edinburgh, UK 9.2 mi away
#465 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
Paddy Lox was an excellent host and I would definitely recommend this escape room as a great way to spend an hour with family and friends
The children really enjoyed the challenge - as did my husband and I - great fun and great value.
King Tours Scotland - Private Day Tours Edinburgh, UK 5.1 mi away
#473 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
Paul King took our family (parents and 1 adult child) on a day-long tour out of Edinburgh including Stirling Castle, Doune Castle, a drive through the Trossachs and a visit to Glengoyne Whisky Distillery.
Our extended family group of 7 adults from 2 generations spent a day with Paul King visiting Stirling Castle, the Trossachs and Glengoyne whisky distillery.
Royal Yacht Britannia Edinburgh, UK 8.9 mi away
#3 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
A fantastic insight into the Royal Family Excellent audio commentary The Britannia is kept in fantastic condition and the photos and memorabilia are very interesting In addition the cafe offers a quality range of...
Wonderful to be able to walk around this incredible yacht (more like a shop actually!) - it's exceptionally curated and I was amazed to see just how simple the Royal Family lived on board.
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Lochore Meadows Country Park Lochgelly 7.3 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Lochgelly
Beautiful scenery lovely walk right round the meadows plenty wildlife to see fishing ,kayaking ,horse riding bike club kids playground,golf,cafeteria plenty to do and see.
Lochore meadows country park is a lovely place for a day out with the children or a perfect location to enjoy a long walk!
Inchcolm Abbey and Island South Queensferry, UK 7.7 mi away
#3 of 20 things to do in South Queensferry
Beautiful wee island, kids loved it and it was a fabby day out!
We enjoyed the history of the Abbey very much and our kids enjoyed exploring the beaches.
Aberdour Castle Aberdour 6.4 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Aberdour
The shop and ticket office has a fine collection of historical artifacts and books, many of which are suitable for children and adults.
A must see for kids and adults plus the bonus of seeing the castle itself
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Museum of Communication Burntisland 4.4 mi away
#3 of 19 things to do in Burntisland
Highly interesting for both adults and children with a lot of history.
The kids loved the green screen tV that let them present the weather.
Wellsgreen Golf Range Leven 5.8 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Leven
Wellsgreen has it all - two level driving range with a lot of automatic tees, great shop with excellent selection of clothes, clubs and accessories for men, women and kids as well as a seven day a week club fittin...
Families are especially welcome and the Wee course has six beautifully landscaped holes with water hazards and bunkers.
Beacon Leisure Centre Burntisland 4.2 mi away
#23 of 19 things to do in Burntisland
Flumes and wave machine great for the kids and well worth a visit as they are open every day in school holidays.
Family changing area is clean and tidy.