Activities and Attractions
Tourist Information Tel:01333 311073
Anstruther Secret Bunker Tel:01333 310301
Hidden beneath an innocent Scottish farmhouse, a tunnel leads to the 24,000 sq ft facility which was created for use by the Scottish government in the event of a nuclear attack. Visitors can see the accommodations, ops rooms, plant room and the original mess, which now serves as a visitors’ restaurant.
British Golf Museum Tel:01334 460046
The museum lies just a stone’s throw from the famous Old Course and beside the Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St Andrews. The collection tells the fascinating story of British golf, through material dating from the 17th century to the present day. It is the most comprehensive golf collection in Britain, and one of the finest worldwide, celebrating golf from grass roots to international level.
Anstruther Golf Course Tel:01333 310956
This nine hole links course, founded in 1890 stretches along the shoreline between Anstruther and Pittenweem, offering spectacular views over Anstruther Harbour and out to the Isle of May, Bass Rock and south west to Edinburgh.
St Andrews Aquarium Tel:01334 474786
Nestled on St Andrews’ dramatic north facing cliffs, with stunning views of the famous west sands and St Andrews Bay, the aquarium is home to some of the most beautiful, fascinating and dangerous creatures of lake, stream and sea.
The Harbourmaster’s House – Kirkcaldy Tel:01592 656080
The B-listed 18th Century building, which sits next to Dysart Harbour near Kirkcaldy, houses Fife’s first coastal centre and serves to encourage visitors to explore the region’s natural attractions, such as castles, churches and caves and to learn about the variety of wildlife, the outstanding geology and the unique fossils found along the coast.