How to have the best summer in Fife
Looking for fun ways to spend summer in Fife? There is so much to do in Fife this summer – from films to festivals and delicious food, Fife has something to offer everyone.
Take a look at our recommended selection of Fife summer activities.
The great outdoors is something that we can all enjoy – Fife’s sprawling countryside and glistening shoreline offers scenery like no other. If you’re searching for places to enjoy the great Fife outdoors, here are our top picks…
Fife is home to some of the best beaches in Scotland, including Leven beach, Lower Largo and Elie Ruby Bay. Head out with the family, the dog, or simply by yourself, and soak up the beautiful views.
Check out our guide to the best Fife beaches for inspiration.
Lochore Meadows Country Park
Lochore Meadows Country Park is Fife’s most popular free attraction – and with good reason. This park offers 1,200 acres of fun to explore. From wonderful walking routes to the dazzling loch, fishing fun, golf park and water sport activities, it is the perfect place to while away a summer afternoon – or several.
🕛 Mon-Sun, 8pm – 6pm
📍 Crosshill, Lochgelly
Theatre and Cinema
Searching for a bit of culture this summer in Fife? Check out these film and theatre ideas…
Adam Smith Theatre
This charming Victorian cinema and theatre shows some fantastic films, ranging from box office best sellers to art house films. This summer, pop over to watch Colette, Green Book, Rocketman and many more top flicks.
🕛 Mon-Sun, various times
📍 Bennochy Rd, Kirkcaldy
Much ado about nothing
The Three Inch Fools are back with another outdoor Shakespeare performance on the Hill of Tarvit. Head over to enjoy a unique take on this comedy classic – bring a picnic, pull up a deck chair and enjoy!
🕛 14th July, 7pm – 9.30pm
📍 Hill of Tarvit, Cupar
Perfect for kids
There is so much on for little ones to enjoy this summer in Fife – here are just a couple of our favourites…
For a nature-themed day out that the children will enjoy, make a bee-line for St Andrews Museum. In this interactive exhibition, kids can discover all about mother nature, plant life and bugs.
🕛 15th June – 12th October, 10.30am – 4pm
📍 St Andrews Museum, St Andrews
Spend a crafty day out painting pottery at The Ceramic Café in Dunfermline and take home your masterpiece! Paint plates, mugs and more – the more creative the better.
🕛 Mon-Sun, 10am – 5pm
📍 The Ceramic Café , Dunfermline
I serve Robert Bruce!
What was life like under Robert the Bruce’s rule? Find out at Aberdour Castle, as costumed actors transport you back in time. Check out the authentic armour and weaponry, watch medieval cooks at work in the kitchen, and have a go at some fancy calligraphy.
🕛 13th – 14th July, 12pm – 4pm
📍 Aberdour Castle, Aberdour
It is festival season, so how could we not include these fab festivals from across Fife?
Dunfermline Fake Festival
Your favourite bands from every era – all in one place… how is this possible? They are all fake! Embrace the cheese factor and hear all the classics from bands like Queen (Flash), Oasis (Oasish) and Guns and Roses (Guns2Roses). The best part? They only play the hits!
🕛 6th July, 11.45am – 11pm
📍 Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline
East Neuk Festival
A celebration of music across five days in the very pretty costal Fife region of East Neuk – this is a must-attend event for anyone with a passion for world class music. Listen to soothing tunes from former royal harpist Catrin Finch, violinist Alexaner Janiczek and Cellist Usula Smith, amongst others.
🕛 26th – 30th June, various performances
📍 East Neuk, various venues
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