Local visitor attractions in and around Fife in Scotland
The Fife Kingdom has a wide selection of visitor attractions suitable for the whole family and open throughout the year.
From animal parks to mega mazes, secret war bunkers to houses made entirely of recycled materials - there is truly something to suit every taste.
There are also a large number of guided walks and boat tours which allow you to see the hidden gems of Fife.
Fruit Farm, Mega Maze, Farm Shop and Tea Room & Kids Entertainment located near Cupar this venue is a great family day out in the heart of Fife.
Deep sea world in North Queensferry showcases a wide range of attractions from large aquarium where you can swim with Sharks to underwater glass tunnels and other educational events.
The Earthship Visitor Centre is a centre focused on the environment and sustainable energy use located just next door to our Caravan site in Kinghorn
This Park located near Collessie, by Cupar has tons of activities for kids and a large number of Animals on display, a great day out in a lovely part of Fife, next door a Nature reserve provides a relaxing atmosphere and is populated with large numbers of Birds and other Wildlife. Open all year round.
Scotland's best kept secret for over 40 years, Hidden beneath an innocent Scottish Farmhouse by Anstruther, a tunnel leads to,
Scotland's Secret Bunker. 24,000 square feet of Secret accommodation. The size of two football pitches, one on top of another, On two levels 100 feet underground.
The Scottish Deer Centre is set in the Fife countryside near Cupar and covers over 55 acres. Our collection includes 14 species of Deer from around the world, Fife's only Wolf pack, Otters and other rare Scottish species including the Wildcat. We also host Raptor World Bird of Prey centre!
The British Golf Museum is the world's premier heritage centre for golf. Come and experience the history of golf in a unique location, just yards from the Old Course of St Andrews
Visit the Beautiful Isle of May on the May Princess or Fast-boat RIB Osprey, The May Princess carries 100 passengers and is equipped with on-board snack bar and toilets and operates from April 1st until September 30th each year and sets sails from Anstruther
Descend into Edinburgh's legendary underground City, where a population once lived in utter misery... Other tours available like Graveyards etc.
Culross Palace is a late 16th - early 17th Century merchant's house Culross
The home of Golf, enjoy a round of Golf in the oldest and most famous links in the World. St Andrews
A distinctive property in the historic Marketgate of Crail is home to a wonderful collection of work by Scottish artists and artisans.
Situated on the harbour front in Anstruther, in the heart of the Fife fishing community, the Scottish Fisheries Museum tells the story of fishing in Scotland and its people from earliest times to the present.
Falkland Palace was built by two kings - James IV and V - between 1450 and 1541. The Stuart Kings and Queens liked to visit here - including Mary Queen of Scots who probably played tennis in the grounds. (It has the oldest tennis court in Britain.)
Famous for the opening scenes of the film Chariots of Fire West Sands extends for almost two miles of uninterrupted sand backed with dunes and the world-renowned golf course of St Andrews
Provides insight into the past life of the ancient Royal Burgh of Crail, its Kirk, seafaring tradition, 220 year-old golf club and Airfield history
Join an expert guide on a tour of the world's most famous course. Walk in the footsteps of golf's greats and experience a player's eye view of the fabled St Andrews links.
Iconic landmarks providing vital rail and road crossing from North to South Queensferry over the Forth River estuary, the crossing is over a mile long, a new bridge is also being built in 2012.
Other useful information about Scotland's Past
The National Trust for Scotland has a large list of interesting historically related sites to visit all around Scotland.