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Dunfermline and West Fife

North Queensferry

Put your sturdy shoes on and enjoy some beautiful walks around the historic centre of North Queensferry. As well as appreciating the amazing views of the iconic Forth Bridges and the new Queensferry Crossing, you can also take in the Carlingnose Nature reserve and Port Laing beach. 

For a family day out, try a visit to Deep Sea World and see what life is like at the bottom of the sea.

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Deep Sea World

Deep Sea World

Come face to face with one of Europe's largest collections of sharks in one of the world's longest underwater tunnels at Deep Sea World, one of the country’s aquariums. A great day out for the entire family! Discover the mysteries of the deep with a huge selection of creatures...

The Queensferry Crossing

The Queensferry Crossing

The Queensferry Crossing opened to traffic on 30 August 2017. The 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world.

Fife Coastal Path - Kincardine to Limekilns

Fife Coastal Path - Kincardine to Limekilns

Kincardine to Limekilns 11 miles or 17.5 kms Click here for a map of the route Like all the sections of the Fife Coastal Path this can be cut into shorter walks.    The Kincardine to Limekilns section is a curious blend of modern industry, cultural heritage, valued nature ...

North Queensferry Piers

North Queensferry Piers

There are two piers owned by Fife Council at North Queensferry known as the Town Pier and the Railway Pier.

The Forth Road Bridge

The Forth Road Bridge

The Forth Road Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the Firth of Forth, from Edinburgh (at South Queensferry) to Fife (at North Queensferry). Opened by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh in 1964, it replaced a centuries-old ferry service that carried vehicles and pedestrians, while rail ...

Fife Coastal Path - Limekilns to Burntisland

Fife Coastal Path - Limekilns to Burntisland

Limekilns to Burntisland 12 miles or 19.3 km Click here for a map of the route Like all the sections of the Fife Coastal Path this can be cut into shorter walks.    Iconic views, nature reserves and WWII military history can be found on this 17 mile/27.4km section o...

The Wee Restaurant

The Wee Restaurant

Nestled under the Forth Rail Bridge in the charming harbour village of North Queensferry, The Wee Restaurant attracts locals and visitors alike.  

Forth Bridge

Forth Bridge

The magnificent Forth Bridge is a World Heritage Site and one of the most iconic images of Scotland.


Map of Fife - North Queensferry

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