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Welcome to (virtual) Fife

Welcome to (virtual) Fife

At a time when you can't visit, Fife companies are innovating to bring virtual experiences to you to enjoy at home:

Scottish Fisheries Museum

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the museum and Year of Coast and Waters 2020, the Sea Change Exhibition is now available online

Forth Bridge  - a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Watch the construction of the iconic Forth Bridge come to life in this unique downloadable game based learning activities.

Ovenstone 109

Tune in for a brewery tour with Ovenstone 109 via Ardross Farm Shop Facebook - 

You can also enjoy virtual distillery tours, tastings and kitchen cocktails from our Fife distilleries here.

Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries

Enjoy a virtual tour of the award-winning museum -

Wardlaw Musuem 

The Wardlaw Musuem, part of the University of St Andrews, is now offering a reduced schedule of online workshops through Facebook. Discover the history and collections of Scotland's first university.

Carnegie Birthplace Museum

From Dunfermline to New York and Pittsburgh, unearth the story of the Dunfermline's famous son Andrew Carnegie. Enjoy a museum tour in 360 degree view - 

Historic Scotland App    


Historic Scotland has launched a new version of their app, which is downloadable from both the Apple and Google Play Store. While a lot of its functions are visitor facing, the Inspire  Me section is full of activities to do at home and short relevant reads about history. Users can also tick off the sites they have visited so far. More info on the app can be found here.


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