Historic Attractions in Fife & St. Andrews
Subcategory: Abbeys, Churches & Cathedrals, Castles & Stately Homes or Historic Sites & Monuments
Dunfermline, Fife, KY12 7PE
The oldest and perhaps most splendid of Scotland's abbeys, Dunfermline, was founded by David I. The abbey church, built by...
Culross, Fife, KY12 8JH
This delightful small royal burgh on the north shore of the Forth provides a striking introduction to Scottish domestic...
Cupar, Fife, KY15 7BU
The Royal Palace of Falkland, was the country residence and hunting lodge of eight Stuart monarchs, including Mary, Queen...
Tarvit, Cupar, Fife, KY15 5PB
This fine house was virtually rebuilt in 1906 by Sir Robert Lorimer for Mr F B Sharp to form a suitable setting for his...
Pittenweem, Fife, KY10 2RF
Kellie Castle is a very fine example of the domestic architecture of Lowland Scotland. The oldest part is believed to date...
St. Andrews, Fife, KY16 9QL
By far the largest cathedral in the land, St Andrews was the headquarters of the church in medieval Scotland.
Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland, UK
One of the earliest artillery forts in Scotland, it was begun for James II in 1460, designed to be defended by and from...
This delightful harbour dates from about 1500. It was enlarged and improved in the 19th century. Vessels once traded...
St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9AR
This cliff top castle, sited dramatically overlooking the North Sea, and protected by a rock cut moat, was the secure...
Nr. Cupar, Fife, KY15
A well preserved 16th century tower-house. It was altered in 1627 for Sir John Scot and his wife, Lady Anne Drummond....
Inchcolm Island, Fife, Scotland, UK
The best preserved group of monastic buildings in Known as the ‘Iona of the East' this beautiful island abbey was...
Burntisland, Fife, KY3 0SL
Aberdour is a wonderful example of how a mediaeval castle could be extended and modified over several centuries.
Burntisland, Fife, Scotland, UK
This most unusual church was built in 1592. Square with a central tower it was thought that the design may have come from...
The largest group of lime kilns in Scotland, they date from 1778/79, and form part of an early industrial complex. From...
|1||Dunfermline Palace and Abbey (HS)||Dunfermline, Fife, KY12 7PE|
|2||Culross Palace (NTS)||Culross, Fife, KY12 8JH|
|3||Falkland Palace and Garden (NTS)||Cupar, Fife, KY15 7BU|
|4||Hill of Tarvit House and Garden (NTS)||Tarvit, Cupar, Fife, KY15 5PB|
|5||Kellie Castle and Garden (NTS)||Pittenweem, Fife, KY10 2RF|
|6||St Andrews Cathedral (HS)||St. Andrews, Fife, KY16 9QL|
|7||Ravenscraig Castle (HS)||Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland, UK|
|8||Crail Harbour||Fife, KY10|
|9||St Andrews Castle (HS)||St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9AR|
|10||Scotstarvit Tower (HS)||Nr. Cupar, Fife, KY15|
|11||Inchcolm Abbey (HS)||Inchcolm Island, Fife, Scotland, UK|
|12||Aberdour Castle and Garden (HS)||Burntisland, Fife, KY3 0SL|
|13||Burntisland Parish Church||Burntisland, Fife, Scotland, UK|
|14||Charlestown Lime kilns||Dunfermline, KY11|
|15||Leuchars Church||Leuchars, Fife, Scotland, UK|
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