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Discover a world of seasonal events and activities around Fife to suit all ages.
An abundance of colourful, picturesque villages fringed by Blue Flag beaches and Scotland’s longest coastal walk make Fife a natural outdoor playground with no shortage of things to do.
Voted No 1 outdoor destination for the last eight years, Fife also has the highest number of national attractions in Scotland. There's so much to see and do and the perfect destination to enjoy a great day out.
Fife has an incredibly rich cultural heritage. Some of the world’s most influential thinkers, industrialists and politicians were from Fife. Their legacies can be seen in the museums, galleries and libraries, some even bear their names.
Getting close to nature is easy in Fife with its wide range of nature reserves and country parks including Tentsmuir
Blessed with a fabulous natural larder, Fife really is a foodie’s delight and has an award-winning array of food to whet your appetite.
Find the right balance between exercise and rest and relaxation and get the most out of your holiday.
Enjoy some retail therapy in the Kingdom of Fife. Whether it’s big name brands within the major towns, or independent retailers in the picturesque villages, there’s something to cater for all.
This is a kingdom with plenty of royal connections recent and historic, which somehow makes it the right choice for the day when you want to be treated like royalty.
14:30 - 17:30
'Medieval Markinch - a tripadvisor guide for Pilgrims' - come along and find our more about Fife Pilgrim Way
09:30 - 19:00
The Stirling Tapestries, by artist Craigie Aitchison is a unique and special exhibit of six large tapestries which were originally designed for a competition to decorate The Chapel Royal in Stirling Castle.
10:00 - 16:30
The Scottish Fisheries Museum is showcasing a touring exhibition of ganseys that highlights the links between fishing communities across the North Sea.