Attractions & Activities
Cycleways Fife has one of the UK's most comprehensive cycle routes. There are over 300 miles (500km) of cycle routes along quiet country lanes, disused railway lines and forest tracks as well as commuter routes in towns. Cycling is the perfect way to see Fife's historic castles, breathtaking coastline and beaches, quaint fishing villages and gently rolling countryside.
The Fife Coastal Path runs from the Forth Estuary in the south, to the Tay Estuary in the north and stretches for 117 miles. The path is clearly way marked and offers a range of walking experiences from the easy and level, to the wild and demanding.
The Ecology Centre is a well-managed area of biodiversity and a haven for natural wildlife built centre on the east side of Kinghorn Loch.
Dunfermline Palace a former Scottish Royal Palace s, currently a ruin under the care of Historic Scotland.
Dunfermline Abbey - The tomb of King Robert the Bruce with many other royal and historical associations.
The Kelpies - Come and see the world's largest equine sculptures up close and go inside to marvel at the complexity and engineering which created these fantastic pieces of art.
Saint Margaret's Cave - Nine hundred years after Queen Margaret lived and ruled with her husband King Malcolm III the people of Scotland still revere her as their patron.
Fife Pilgrim Way - Modern Day walkers can enjoy this 64 mile route starting at North Queensferry and Culross and finishing in St Andrews.
Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum is free and open daily from 1st March - 30th November. With state of the art interactive displays, weaving demonstrations, temporary exhibitions and children’s activities.
Pittencrieff Park - The Glen as it is affectionately known by the local populace extends to 76 acres and was given in trust by Andrew Carnegie to the people of his birthplace, Dunfermline.
Adventure Golf Island - Now the whole family can enjoy Scotland's first 'Florida style' 36 hole indoor and outdoor Adventure Golf at Fife Leisure Park.
Deep Sea World is a popular aquarium located in the village of North Queensferry. It is host to a collection of large sand tiger sharks, also known as ragged toothed sharks or grey nurse sharks, and various other species of shark.
Knockhill Racing Circuit is Scotland's national motorsport centre located about 10 miles north of Dunfermline.
Former Royal Yacht Britannia. The Royal Yacht Britannia, berthed at Leith, Edinburgh is now a five-star visitor attraction.
Edinburgh Zoo. A MUST on all trips to Edinburgh with Britain’s only pair of Giant Pandas on view.
Our Dynamic Earth - Wonderful building holding a stylishly displayed display of the formation of and life on earth. Thousands of hands on activities, definitely a favourite for kids!