Our top 10 recommended things to see and do while visiting Fife
Book a beer or gin tour at Eden Mill and discover brewing/distilling techniques, the history of the site and learn about their key ingredients.
Have an underwater adventure with the family at Scotland's national aquarium Deep Sea World
If you fancy a wee dram to warm you up, visit Fife’s newest distillery at Kingsbarns for a 'Dream to Dram' tour.
Visit St Andrews Cathedral and climb the 156 steps to the top of St Rules Tower in St Andrews for some stunning views.
Enjoy a walk along Fife Coastal Path – Scotland’s longest continuous coastal walk at 117 miles – and also listed as one of Scotland’s Great Trails.
Visit Dunfermline, the ancient capital of Scotland. Steep yourself in history and walk in the footsteps of Kings and Queens.
Tee off on one of the Home of Golf’s 50 courses. If you’re not a golfer, take a walk across the famous Old Course on a Sunday.
Stop off at North Queensferry to admire the engineering marvel of the Forth Bridge – a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Visit Scotland's Secret Bunker and discover how Scotland would have been governed during a nuclear attack in the Cold War.
16:45 - 21:00
David Tennant introduces a gala screening of his new film at the Adam Smith Theatre are now on sale. He stars in You, Me And Him which has a red carpet screening on Saturday, March 17 as part of Kirkcaldy’s 2108 Festival of Ideas.view event
10:00 - 17:00
From 27 January to 11 March Cambo Gardens will be hosting events and activities for all ages and interests as part of the Scottish Snowdrop Festival.view event
10:00 - 16:00
Held across two days, the Bowhouse Food Weekends are back this spring hosting a line-up of stalls from some of Scotland’s very best food and drink producers in the striking covered market area. Bowhouse aims to highlight the very best local produce from seasonal vegetables and shellfish to meats from local artisan butchers, craft drinks and sweet treats.view event
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.view event
Fife has some charming villages and bustling towns, set in beautiful countryside and surrounded by a stunning coastline. You'll find no two trips to the Kingdom are ever exactly the same.
Voted No 1 outdoor destination, the home of golf and with Scotland's highest number of national attractions, you'll never be stuck for something to do in Fife.
Learn more about the Kingdom, hear from passionate Fifers and discover so many great reasons to visit.