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St. Andrews - Multimedia Guide - Fife

[an error occurred while processing this directive]St. Andrews is a small town of some 15,000 residents, contained within a very few square miles. It doesn't take much more than a bicycle or small car to soon be out in the surrounding farms and villages of East Fife. Indeed on the Fife Coastal Path one can soon be out along the cliffs and beaches enjoying the fresh air, using nothing more than one's own two feet. This page describes some of these attractions and areas, sorted (roughly) in order of proximity to St. Andrews.

 St. Andrews - Fife Places & Attractions
Secret Bunker This amazing underground labyrinth is where central government and military commanders would have run the country had nuclear war broken out.
Locate on Map of Fife
Magus Muir Site, marked by a cairn, where Archbishop Sharp was murdered in 1679. There's some parking close by, and a footpath to the site. Locate on Map of Fife
Kinaldy Equestrian Centre
Kemback and Dura Den A record of the history of the area of Kemback, Blebocraigs and Dura Den; approximately 7 miles west of St.Andrews. Includes some VR scenes of this picturesque and historic village.
Locate on Map of Fife
Hill of Tarvit Mansion House Built in 1905 this house was designed by Sir Robert Lorimer, a famous Scottish Architect. It is under the care of the National Trust for Scotland, and open to the public. Locate on Map of Fife
Kellie Castle and garden 14th century castle restored by Sir Robert Lorimer, and open to the public. Locate on Map of Fife

Cupar Area places to visit

Where to Fish: Cupar (Fife)

 
East Neuk Wide Sponsored by East Neuk Merchants & Traders, it gives an insight to events, places of interest and many reasons for you to visit for a vacation, or just the day.
Contact East Neuk Wide | Locate on Map of Fife
The East Neuk Explorer  
Elie and Earlsferry  
Fife Coastal Walk Long Distance Footpath around the coast and fishing villages of Fife, with shorter segments that are easier walking than the whole route.
Other walks (with maps)
Pittenweem

West Lomond
Tentsmuir Forest (1)
Tentsmuir Forest (2)
From the "Take A Hike" Series by the Courier newspaper.
Scottish Deer Centre A pleasant break in the drive to/from Edinburgh, with shopping, kids adventure playground, Ranger led encounters with deer, falconry displays, etc.
Locate on Map of Fife
Falkland Palace A wonderfully preserved early 16th century hunting palace. It was used by Mary Queen of Scots, and contains beautiful tapestries, the Chapel Royal. Locate on Map of Fife
The Royal Burgh of Auchtermuchty Auchtermuchty is on the road from Edinburgh to St. Andrews. As the setting for the recent TV episodes of Dr. Finlay's Casebook, it may well be of interest to folks traveling to and from St. Andrews. One has to get OFF the main road through town to see the more charming areas of Auctermuchty. Locate on Map of Fife
The Village of Culross The Historical Village of Culross.
A guide to the village, with information on events, what to see and do, and places to stay.
Contact Culross.org | Locate on Map of Fife
Kirkcaldy's Beveridge Park A very community minded civic society promoting the outdoor and cultural activities of their park.
Fife Pages Search engine for the Kingdom of Fife, find out if the business or pages about Fife are on the Internet. Search by Location, Section , Location and Section or enter some words to check our database.
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Further reading about Fife
Dundee
Discovery Point

Just across the Tay Bridge from Fife, you will find the research ship Discovery, which was Captian Scott's ship for his expedition to the South Pole. It's a fascinating visit, with multimedia presentations.
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The nearby Olympia Centre offers waterslides, swimming, wave machines, rapids etc.

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