We all want to make the most of our time off work, but sometimes it is a little difficult trying to find things to fill your days with.

To help out, we have put together a few ideas on how to spend your bank holidays in Fife this year, which are Good Friday (19th April), a May bank holiday (6th May) and a spring bank holiday (27th May).

Later on in the year we will have some suggestions for your summer bank holiday (5th August) too, but for now, read on to discover some of the best springtime activities Fife has to offer…

Get Outside

Over the Easter weekend (Fri 19th-Sun 21st April), you and the kids can take part in an Easter Egg Hunt at Culross Palace, making your way around the stunning estate grounds in search of chocolaty treats!

If the spring bank holiday weekend (25th-27th May) turns out to be a sunny one, then you could also head to Dunnikier Country Park Fayre in Kirkcaldy, for a day jam-packed with music, inflatables, kids’ rides and much more!

Fife’s coastline is a treasure trove of remarkable views and invigorating walks. Widely known as home to some of the best beaches in Scotland, a stroll along the golden beaches on the Fife coastal path will give your bank holiday a breath of fresh air.

A bank holiday is the perfect chance to spend some quality time with your four-legged friend. Fife has some amazing dog walking routes thanks to its many parks, estates and country trails.

Discover Fife’s history

There are so many ways to fill a bank holiday by diving into Fife’s long and interesting history.

Falkland Palace and Garden is a renaissance ‘pleasure palace’ beloved by Mary, Queen of Scots as her country residence. Visitors can wander through the historic orchard, admire the stunning renaissance architecture and discover the fascinating stories of the palace, its residents and its treasures.

Experience Fife’s natural history along the Fife coastal path, with the village of Crail especially offering a real treat for aspiring palaeontologists  - Carboniferous fossils can be found along its shoreline, including giant centipede trackways and ancient giant tree stumps.

Find your new favourite restaurant

A bank holiday is the ideal time to head out in search of some great cuisine, especially if the weather is a bit damp!

If you are feeling brave enough to face the outdoors in your search for great food, then pay a visit to the St Andrews Farmers’ Market over the May bank holiday weekend (Sat 4th May). It offers the chance to take home some of the freshest local produce, from artisan cheese to organic herbal remedies.

There are so many quality places to sample Fife’s delicious local produce that it is hard to narrow them down! Luckily though, we have done just that in our blog on the best places to eat in Fife, which lists some of the fantastic options for dining out in the area.

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