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Ancestral

Many people across the world are lucky enough to have ancestral ties to Fife - are you one of them?

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Clan MacKenzie Routes

Clan MacKenzie Routes

Clan MacKenzie Routes is a bespoke, luxury family business aimed at providing members of the Clan MacKenzie and Septs with dedicated, personal 1, 2, 3 or 4 day tour itineraries from Edinburgh to sites of historical and heritable interest relating to Clan MacKenzie for parties of up to six....

Abbotshall Parish Church

Abbotshall Parish Church

Established in 1650 the Kirk of Abbotshall continues to be a focus of Christian worship and social gatherings. Sunday services are held during the year at 11.00am with united services in July. Our Young Church and Crèche meet during the church service in school term time. Abbotshall is ...

ScotsGenie

ScotsGenie

Today more and more people want to investigate their family history. Who were they? Where did they originate from and perhaps discovering a family secret or uncover a family skeleton that could potentially be lurking in the cupboard. 

Kirkcaldy Old Kirk

Kirkcaldy Old Kirk

irkcaldy Old Kirk is the site of the first Christian worship in Kirkcaldy after the Celtic missionaries brought the faith here in the 5th century. The first written record of the Kirk is in 1244 when the Roman Catholic Bishop de Bernham consecrated the building to St. Patrick and St. Brisse (St. Bry...

St Andrews Highland Games

St Andrews Highland Games

Relatively new on the scene, St Andrews Highland Games takes place each July.

Discover Dunfermline Tours

Discover Dunfermline Tours

Discover Dunfermline Tours, offer unique and boutique style tours of the ancient Royal Capital of Scotland and tailor made tours across Scotland, contact us with your request for tailor made tours.

Ravenscraig Castle

Ravenscraig Castle

The castle is considered one of the first in Scotland to be built to withstand cannon fire. Begun for James II in 1460, the castle consists of two round towers linked by a cross range. The west tower was the residence of James II’s widow, Queen Mary of Gueldres. The castle is considered one...

Scottish Ancestor

Scottish Ancestor

Ancestral Tours These will take you to where your Scottish Ancestors lived.  Tours are mainly in Fife and surrounding counties, but can cover most of Scotland. Tailor made to your own requirements. We can offer advice in advance to let you get the most out of your visit. These tours are prov...

The Merchant House

The Merchant House

Law's Close, locally known as 'The Merchants House', is one of the best preserved 16th century town houses in Scotland. This Category A listed building was previously redundant and falling into disrepair before it was restored by Scottish Historic Buildings Trust and reopened in 2005 - n...

St Brycedale Kirk

St Brycedale Kirk

The history of this magnificent building begins at the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland when, on 18th May 1843, after vehement protestations against the “institution of patronage”, a large body of ministers and elders withdrew from the Assembly and formed the Free Church of Sco...


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