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Embrace the creative side of Fife by visiting the wide range of arts and culture attractions.
Take a trip to some of the arts and culture attractions to discover local history, talent and much more. There is a great selection of places to visit throughout this cultured region.
Head to the Adam Smith Theatre, which puts on a number of high quality shows and has a full-scale cinema. There's a wide range of fantastic venues throughout Fife to enjoy the arts - the Lochgelly Centre, Rothes Halls and Carnegie Hall all host a diverse programme of music, theatre and dance events.
Learn more about the stunning Fife Coastal Path at the Harbourmaster's House in Dysart, or visit the Kirkcaldy Museum & Art Gallery which is due to reopen in June 2013? The museum and art gallery has undergone a £2.5 million refurbishment and features work by famous Scottish artists including William McTaggart, the Glasgow Boys and the Scottish Colourists.
Take a look through the listings to find arts and culture attractions in Fife.
Welcome to Fifeleisure - Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre
Arts & Crafts
Very Crafty was established in Lower Largo in 1987 as a specialist craft shop stocking patchwork, needlework and cardmaking supplies.
Situated at the heart of Dunfermline, Carnegie Hall is a beautiful art deco theatre which hosts a diverse programme of entertainment.
Hidden beneath a Scottish Farmhouse, a tunnel leads to Scotland's Secret Underground Nuclear Command Bunker.
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The Howe of Fife
Makers of Wemyss Ware pottery.
Historic Buildings & Homes
The Harbourmaster's House is home to Fife Coast and Countryside Trust and Fife’s coastal centre. It offers information on the history of, and things to see and do on, the Fife Coastal Path.
Crail Pottery is a family-run business which was established in 1965 and produces a diverse range of handthrown and decorated items.
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