Discover the history of everyday rural life at the Fife Folk Museum.
Located in the small historic burgh of Ceres, this collection has been built up over more than 30 years to include agriculture and craft tools, costumes, toys and games, pottery, paintings and much more. Generous donations from all over Fife include everything from dolls' prams to farm carts, mousetraps to man-traps, bars of soap to bicycles.
The museum is based in a set of buildings including the original tollbooth of the burgh, which dates from the 1600s, and a row of weavers’ cottages.
Enjoy a visit the museum shop for souvenirs and gifts. If your visit sparks off a deeper interest in the history of Fife, the museum's library, local history archive and photographic collection can be seen by appointment with the curator.