This little gem of a village has a wonderful history and is a great place to explore. Situated next to 3 iconic bridges - the magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Forth Bridge, its younger neighbour the Forth Road Bridge, and the newest addition, the Queenferry Crossing - its history has been shaped by its unique location.
Take time to enjoy the views across the river (it's a great spot for photographs) and visit the world’s smallest working Light Tower with a unique view to the Forth Bridge. It was built in 1817 by Robert Stevenson and the lamp still works today - you can event take a turn in lighting it.
For a family day out, take a visit to Deep Sea World and see what life is like at the bottom of the sea.
North Queensferry is also on the Fife Coastal Path and is one of the starting points for Fife's new long distance walking route the Pilgrim's Way.
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...