Home of the longest street fair in Europe, Kirkcaldy is a town on the Fife coast.
Nowadays the top attraction is Kirkcaldy's Links Market, Europe's longest street fair, with over 200 fairground rides and attractions, held each Easter on the town esplanade. The Kirkcaldy Galleries houses a stunning collection of artworks and artefacts, and the Adam Smith Theatre, just across the road, provides a wide programme of entertainment with everything from pantomime and music to theatre and comedy.
There are a number of shops, restaurants, cafés and bars in the centre of town, particularly around the high street and the Kirkcaldy Farmers’ Market is held on the last Saturday of every month. You can take a walk along the beach or enjoy the woodland walks and formal gardens at the Beveridge Park. Ravenscraig Park is located in the east of the town, connects up to the Fife Coastal Path and is home to the ancient Ravenscraig Castle.
Kirkcaldy is also a good base for the exploring the local golf courses and charming villages of the East Neuk.
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