The local history museum provides an insight into the past life of the ancient Royal Burgh of Crail and its church, golf club, airfield and seafaring tradition.
At the museum you can find out more about this town, which has been an important trading and fishing port since the 12th century. Hear about the active airfield used during both World Wars and learn of the thousands of golfers who have played at Crail Golf Club, the seventh oldest club in the world.
See memorabilia and photographs from Crail Airfield and artifacts on the town’s history including the Provost’s Robes and the old school clock.
Guided walking tours run from the museum during the summer months.