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St Andrews Heritage Museum and Garden at 12 North Street is set in a charming 17th century house and garden, a stone’s throw from St Andrews Cathedral and St Andrews Castle. Our Museum and Garden is located in the oldest settlement of St Andrews and is one of the earliest domestic dwellings in the area.
Focusing on the story of the Town and its people from circa 1800, our Museum and Garden is unique. Our displays showcase social, working and domestic life in St Andrews through fascinating objects that have been gifted by the public and Trust members for over 60 years. Our Garden is a hidden gem and, as well as a sensory garden and a variety of plants, visitors can enjoy exhibitions and installations throughout.
Exploring our Museum and Garden is free during normal opening hours. Our dedicated and enthusiastic museum guides look forward to meeting you and sharing the rich heritage of St Andrews and its people.
Many, many thousands of years of wind, rain and sun have created this spectacular, mushroom-shaped rock formation
Newburgh Sailing Club is situated in northern Fife on the south shores of the river Tay, along the A913 between Perth to the West
Based in Fife, Scotland we specialise in growing and selling beautiful garden flowers, foliage and herbs.
We bought a derelict Windmill Cottage in 1996 and started the first phase of renovation. In August 2007, we decided to convert the
St Bridget's Kirk is a former church on the outskirts of Dalgety Bay, on the Fife Coastal Path.
Dunfermline & West Fife
Fife has a fantastic range of mountain biking for every ability right across the region.
St Andrews Angling Club is situated at Cameron Reservoir just outside St Andrews.
The Bay and Bridge offers guests a truly memorable break.
Dunfermline & West Fife
Lomond Hills Fishery is a fantastic trout fishery set in arable land between the picturesque Lomond Hills.
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Fife’s outdoors offers many attractive opportunities to get out and enjoy the scenery. Whether you&rsqu
A small community woodland in the heart of Fife that gives access to some wonderful countryside walks and mountain biking.
Heartlands of Fife
Ancestral Tours These will take you to where your Scottish Ancestors lived. Tours are mainly in Fife and surrounding coun
John Knox’s Pulpit stands at the top of a captivating valley, Glen Vale, which is truly one of Fife’s hidden gems
Family run 24 bedroom hotel with leisure facilities. Restaurant, Lounge and Bar open to public.