Wonderful Surroundings : One of my favourite places to visit, and only a five minute walk away from Dunfermline bus and train stations. Dunfermline abbey and historic palace are a great place to visit to learn about the royal history of Scotland's ancient capital.
Gem Of A Place : Make a day long visit in the sun shine to The Royal Burgh of Culross as this is a real gem and a credit to NTS, we took a pick-nick but there are plenty of fab cafes there and lots for the kids to do. The National Trust Staff are all very friendly and knowledgeable.
A Must Visit : In it's prime this must have been a Magnificent structure, even with what remains it is imposing. If you are not afraid of heights, climb up St Rules Tower, especially if it's a clear day. So much to see and photograph.
Just Beautiful : In a beautiful setting this lovely wee church ,ideal for weddings has a long history .A church has been on this site since before 1197. it has been rebuilt and altered over the centuries and the steeple dates back to the 15th century . The present church was built in
Don't miss it!: This is a one-off. A museum with an excellent cafe. The Scottish Fisheries Museum is run as a charity with many volunteers adding to its charms. Children love it. Adults need to look back to a past to be proud of.
Wonderful Place : Quite possibly the most palatial and grandest student accommodation in the country. The Queen of Halls at St Andrews. Knocks spots off anything those two 'universities' in the South have to offer. Less comfortable than alternatives such as DRA, due its facilities.
Lovely Place : This is one of the most picturesque harbours I have ever visited and the buildings add to a great photography opportunity. Lovely place to go for a mooch about. The harbour is pretty and it's just nice for a quiet stroll. A few shops and restaurants.
Remains of a historic castle and notorious prison: Now only the remains survive of this historic castle. The underground mine and countermine offer an insight into the medieval siege warfare.
The bottle dungeon-carved out of the solid rock and one of the most infamous castle prisons in Britain- is a must-see highlight of this site.
Mind Blowing : Very interesting historical palace and wonderful assistants - passionate, knowledgeable so kind with children. We spent the afternoon with our seven-year-old twin grandchildren and had a great experience. The lady at the shop equally lovely.Thank you all! Best place.