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Fife attractions & tourist information
Find places to visit and things to do in Fife with these visitor guides.
Aberdour Castle in Fife is one of the oldest standing stone castles in Scotland and has served as the residence of Scottish noble families since the 1100s. Today, it is managed by Historic Environment Scotland and is open to the public for self-guided tours. Discover Aberdour Castle with this complete visitor guide.
Tag: Towns & Villages
Culross is a village and former royal burgh and parish, in Fife, Scotland. It is a popular tourist destination due to its historic ‘palace’. Culross offers visitors picturesque walks through streets that have remained unaltered for over 200 years in addition to a tour through history in the ruins of Culross Abbey.
Dunfermline Abbey is located in the heart of Scotland’s ancient capital, where it’s best known as being the final resting place for many of the nation’s royals, including Robert the Bruce. The abbey borders a large public park and is within a short walk of Dunfermline high street. Discover Dunfermline Abbey in this guide, which includes an overview and detailed visiting information.
The East Neuk of Fife is a region situated north of the Firth of Forth in Scotland that comprises the land between the villages of Earlsferry to the south and Crail to the north. Although it’s a small region at just 40 square miles, it’s well known for its combination of picturesque coastline and pretty fishing villages, two of which – Pittenweem and Anstruther – are tourist attractions in their own right thanks to their historic harbours.
The beautiful and historic Inchcolm Island is situated in the Firth of Forth just 6 miles from Edinburgh city centre. The island is home to a large abbey that’s known as the ‘Iona of the East’. The abbey is managed by Historic Environment Scotland and can be visited by taking a ferry from the village of South Queensferry.
Tag: Zoos & Animals
A visit to St Andrews Aquarium in Fife allows you to come face to face with a wonderful assortment of marine animals including crocodiles, seals, penguins and lionfish. The aquarium has expert staff on hand that will answer any questions you have about the 120+ species on display, and you can even arrange a penguin and seal feeding session.
The medieval ruin of Saint Andrews Cathedral is located in the historic coastal town of St. Andrews. The cathedral is best known for the thirty-three-metre-tall St. Rules Tower which dominates the coastline in this picturesque region of Fife. Discover St. Andrews Cathedral with this guide which includes an overview and helpful visiting advice.
Tentsmuir in Fife is a national nature reserve that encompasses mixed forest, coastal grasslands, and sweeping sand dunes. Visitors to Tentsmuir can cycle along the Sustrans route 1 path, make use of a dedicated BBQ and children’s play park, go bird watching at several hides, and look for marine animals in the Firth of Tay from Tentsmuir Sands.
Tag: Zoos & Animals
Set in 55 acres of lovely Fife countryside, The Scottish Deer Centre is an animal conservation park that looks after 14 species of deer from around the world as well as wolves, otters, wildcats, and birds of prey.
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