Harbourmaster’s House was built in the 17th Century and overlooks the historic harbour of Dysart. Dysart was a very important and busy commercial port and the ground floor of the Harbourmaster’s house was used to store a wide variety of imported goods, as well as holding items which were exported from Fife.
After the harbour fell into decline the Harbourmaster’s House was used for several purposes before the building was renovated and refurbished as part of a £1 million project involving Fife Council, Fife Coast and Countryside Trust, Dysart Regeneration and the Dysart Trust.
Today you can see a fascinating history of the region including a “A dander around the Historic Burgh of Dysart”.
Open March to October 9.30am to 4.30pm, November to February 10am to 3.30pmVisit Harbourmaster’s House