Tourist Attractions etc in Kingdom of Fife
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Kingdom of Fife Tourist Attractions

blank tabSCOTLAND'S SECRET BUNKERTourist Attraction
Crown Buildings, Troywood, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 8QH
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The Secret Bunker is one of Scotland's best kept secret.... until now! Hidden beneath a Scottish farmhouse is a tunnel leading to the Secret bunker, its over 24,000 square feet of Secret accommodation (the size of two football pitches one on top of another) on two levels 100ft underground. One of Scotland's biggest and best kept secrets for over 40 years. If there had of been a Nuclear War, this is where Scotland would have been governed from. Discover the twilight world of the Government Cold War.
Tel: 01333 310301
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RAF Leuchars - Annual International Airshow

RAF Leuchars Airshow Office, 1 Tutor Road, Leuchars, St Andrews, Fife KY16 0JW
Tel: 01334 839000      E-mail:


Every September RAF Leuchars puts on its Annual International Airshow.

This is traditionally the largest annual one-day event in Scotland with crowds of over 45,000 attending.

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Crail Pottery

75 Nethergate, Crail, Fife, KY10 3TX
Tel: 01333 451212

Crail Pottery, a family run business set in the heart of Crail produces a diverse range of stonewave and brightly coloured earthenware. Visit our pottery, see the workshops, browse in the showroom and relax in our secluded yard under the fruit trees.

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Deep Sea World

Battery Quarry, North Queensferry, Fife, KY11 1JR
Tel: 01383 411880     E-mail:

See the wonders of the world beneath the waves at the award-winning National Aquarium of Scotland. The longest underwater tunnel in the world will convey you through Scotlands million gallon indoor ocean. Just inches away from possibly the biggest sharks you'll ever see, you glide along the moving safari watching divers feed the world's largest collection of sharks and temperate fish. How brave are you? Now you can even dive with the sharks!!! Open daily 10:00am - 6:00pm every day of the year except Christmas Day.

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Griselda Hill Pottery

Stable House, Kirkbrae, Ceres, Cupar, Fife KY15 5ND
Tel: 01334 8282730    Fax: 01334 828008

Since 1985, the Griselda Hill Pottery has revived in Fife the production of Wemyss Ware, probably the most sought after Scottish pottery. Visit our shop and working pottery in the former steading of the Ceres manse, in the heart of rural Fife. Our new visitor centre offers the opportunity to view painters and potters at work, and gives an insight into the fascinating tradition of this beautiful hand painted pottery.

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Inchcolm Island boat trips - The Maid of the Forth

Tel: 0131 331 5000     E-mail:

Trips to the island are available in Summer from North Queensferry, South Queensferry (and also from Newhaven Harbour near Leith on the Edinburgh side of the water.

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Anstruther Pleasure Trips

Tel: 01333 311808
: 07908 996725     E-mail:


Ancient Archaeological site open to visitors. April, May, June, July, best time for seabirds, Whale spotting July and August.

Snack bar and toilets onboard. Sail to the Isle of May on the "May Princess" and go walking for to 2 to 3 hours on this wonderful island, which is a site of Special Scientific Interest.

View large colonies of Puffins, Eiders, Guillemots, Razorbills and many other seabirds and seals in their natural habitat.

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The Scottish Vintage Bus Museum

M90 Commerce Park, Lathalmond, by Dunfermline, Fife KY12 0SJ
Tel: 01383 623380    Fax: 01383 623375

The Scottish Vintage Bus Museum is located in an ex Royal Navy stores depot at Lathalmond, near Dunfermline, Fife and is open to visitors from 12:30 - 5pm on Sundays from Easter until late September / early October. The Scottish Vintage Bus Museum is now the acknowledged focal point of historic bus restoration and operation in Scotland and houses around 170 vehicles. Most of these vehicles are of Scottish origin and are in varying levels of condition, from dilapidated to fully restored.

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St Andrews Aquarium

The Scores, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9AS
Tel: 01334 474786    Fax: 01334 475985

A sealife adventure in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland where you can view numerous fish species like our seals, sharks, piranha, crabs, lobsters, shrimps, rays, seahorses, sea dragons, sea urchins and octopus. Over 30 tanks where you can see and, in some cases, touch the specimens -  a real hands-on experience. One of Fife's top attractions.

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St. Andrews Botanic Garden

The Canongate, St Andrews.
Tel: Office: 01334 476452  Gardens: 01334 477178

This garden has been described as a 'hidden gem' of Scotland. The garden is divided into several sections including Water Garden, Heath Garden, Peat Garden, Rock Garden. Herbaceous, China and Chile Borders. In the Order Beds, plants from the same botanical family are grown together to illustrate the characteristics they share to demonstrate currently accepted theories about evolution in flowering plants. The garden has about 8000 species of ferns, herbaceous plants, shrubs and trees, some which are native to Scotland but most grow wild in other regions of the world.

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