Dunfermline & West Fife is an area rich in history and heritage with the iconic Forth Bridge and the ancient capital of Scotland.
One of Scotland's most picturesque towns, the history of the Royal Borough of Culross stretches back as far as the 6th century and is the closest thing to a 16th century time capsule anywhere in Scotland.
Dunfermline is a large town in the west of Fife. It was once the capital of Scotland and it's a great place to visit if you're interested in history.
Inverkeithing is a bustling town, close to the Forth Bridges. Teaming with history, it was the site of a battle in the Third English Civil War in 1651, where hundreds of Scots were killed trying to fight Oliver Cromwell's invasion.
Put your sturdy shoes on and enjoy some beautiful walks around the historic centre of North Queensferry.
The Forth Bridge is Scotland’s sixth World Heritage Site.