A small and picturesque village, Falkland retains a traditional charm from its medieval roots.
Today Falkland is famous as a filming location for the hugely popular TV series Outlander.
Falkland was the first conservation village in Scotland thanks, in part, to its grand past. Falkland Palace was one of Mary Queen of Scots' favourite places to visit and is one of the finest examples of French renaissance architecture in the UK. It's also home to the world's oldest real tennis court.
If you love the outdoors, head to Falkland Estate to enjoy some beautiful walks. If you're feeling energetic you can climb East Lomond (also known as Falkland Hill) for some fine views over Fife.
Bring history to life with the new augmented reality app 'In the Footsteps of Kings' which can be enjoyed at both Falkland Palace and Falkland Estate.
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