Gardens and parks in Fife

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  • Autumnal colours in Pittencrieff Park
    Pittencrieff Park
  • Snowdrops in the gardens of Cambo Estate during the Scottish Snowdrop Festival
    Snowdrops in the gardens of Cambo Estate, Fife
  • Cambo Estate is lit up at night for Snowdrops by Starlight
    Snowdrops by Starlight at Cambo Estate

There are a number of wonderful parks in Fife such as Pittencrieff, Ravenscraig and Beveridge Park to grab some fresh air and enjoy the great outdoors. There is also an array of beautiful gardens in Fife just waiting to be explored.

Head to the renowned St Andrews Botanic Garden and admire 18 acres of landscaped garden. Wander down sheltered paths dappled with trees to uncover ponds and herbaceous borders. In the greenhouses, you’ll find plants from warmer climates such as South East Asia.

Cambo Estate is ideal for an afternoon walk around the contemporary yet romantic flower gardens. Stroll through the informal woodland to reach the Victorian walled garden designed around the Cambo burn with waterfall and rose-clad wrought-iron bridges. Cambo is also one of the many locations that take part in the annual Scottish Snowdrop Festival during February and March when the estate is bathed in beautiful snowdrops. It also holds a Tulip Festival in May, when the gardens are a riot of colour, and a Rose Festival in June, when you can see a number of historic roses. 

Take a wander through Pittencrieff Park in Dunfermline, known locally as ‘The Glen’, explore the beautiful loch and woodlands at Townhill Country Park or walk through the Victorian Beveridge Park, located in the heart of Kirkcaldy