Attractions

The FIFE COASTAL PATH

The FIFE COASTAL PATH

There is so much for you to discover on the Fife Coastal Path. Stretching for 117 miles from the Firth of Forth in the south, to the Firth of Tay in the north, the route offers an unrivalled walking experience. The route offers a range of walking experiences from easy and level, to wild and demanding. Whether completed in smaller sections or as a long distance route, there is definitely something ... »

Knockhill Racing Circuit

Knockhill Racing Circuit

Over 40 years as Scotland’s National Motorsport Centre and host to the UK’s top televised motorsport car and bike events. Knockhill is situated just 30 mins from Edinburgh, 40 miles from Glasgow and 2 hours from Aberdeen. Knockhill is a truly versatile venue and the perfect choice for all events including Corporate Days, Team Building, Karting, Trackdays and exciting Driving Experiences. »

Adventure Golf Island

Adventure Golf Island

Welcome to Adventure Golf Island Now everyone can enjoy Scotland’s first ‘Florida style’ Indoor and Outdoor Adventure Golf Complex at Fife Leisure Park, Dunfermline. Putt your way amidst Waterfalls, Fountains, Palm Trees, Tiki Huts and a Pirate Ship. Play Inside Europe’s Only fully floodlit Indoor Mini Golf Dome and enjoy playing outside in the sunshine around the fully landscape... »

Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall

Situated at the heart of Dunfermline, Carnegie Hall is an attractive art deco theatre which presents a quality programme of music, drama, comedy, dance and children’s shows, including a popular Christmas show. We support and host local arts organisations, including Carnegie Youth Theatre, Kelty and Rosyth Musical Societies and several popular dance schools. Adjacent to Carnegie Hall, the Music Ins... »

Alhambra Theatre

Alhambra Theatre

Welcome to the Alhambra Theatre Dunfermline’s beautifully restored venue for live music, comedy, dance and theatre. Contact the Alhambra 33-35 Canmore St Dunfermline, Fife KY12 7NX Tel. 01383 7403 84 UPCOMING EVENTS AT THE ALHAMBRA THEATRE, DUNFERMLINE »

Scottish Vintage Bus Museum

Scottish Vintage Bus Museum

Enjoy a nostalgic trip back in time at the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum, with over 160 buses from the 1920s to the 1990s, there’s sure to be a few that bring back memories. The museum is situated  on a 49-acre site at Lathalmond, near Dunfermline and houses about 190 vehicles, most of which are buses.  The museum is open every Sunday from the first Sunday in April until the first Sunday in Oc... »

Fire Station Creative

Fire Station Creative

Fire Station Creative is a facility that was opened by John Byrne in July 2015. This iconic building was errected in 1934 and housed the Fire and Rescue Service for many years until their move in 2010 to new premises. It lay empty for several years but thanks to a dedicated group of local business people and artists and the generous support of Fife Council, Creative Scotland, The Roberston Trust, ... »

Deep Sea World

Deep Sea World

Deep Sea World welcomes you on a voyage of discovery. As you tour our magical themed zones you will move around the world heading towards a spectacular Underwater Safari.  We aim to educate and inspire, but most of all show that learning can be exciting and fun! Home to the longest underwater tunnel in the UK, Deep Sea World lets you get up close to one of the largest collection of sharks in Europ... »

St Margaret’s Cave

St Margaret’s Cave

Queen Margaret came here to pray over 900 years ago. Then there was only a wooded path by a stream at the bottom of the valley with a short climb up to the small cave. Now there’s a tunnel with 87 steps leading deep underground.   Who was St Margaret? Margaret was a Saxon princess, granddaughter of King Edmund Ironside of England, born around 1047 in Hungary where her exiled father had ... »

Dunfermline Palace and Abbey

Dunfermline Palace And Abbey

The great abbey of Dunfermline was founded in the 11th century by Queen Margaret and the foundations of the original building lie under the stunning 12th century Romanesque style nave. The Abbey Church is the last resting place of many Scottish kings and queens. The adjoining church, at the front of Dunfermline Abbey and Palace, is not owned or operated by Historic Scotland. It is a functioning ch... »

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