Either by train from Cupar or alternatively by bus from the village you can have great days out in:
- V&A Dundee Is Scotland’s first ever dedicated design museum and the only other V&A museum anywhere outside London: V&A Dundee provides a place of inspiration, discovery and learning through its mission to enrich lives through design.
- Verdant Works Tells the story of Dundee’s industrial textile heritage in the atmospheric setting of a beautifully refurbished Mill building.
Discovery Point Tells the story of the iconic ship ‘RSS Discovery’. From her beginnings in Dundee to her amazing Antarctic expedition with Captain Scott and her voyages thereafter.
- Edinburgh Castle The world famous icon of Scotland and part of the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site. A mighty fortress, the defender of the nation.
- Nation Museum of Scotland The diverse collections take you on a journey of discovery through the history of Scotland, the wonders of nature, art and design, science and technology, and world cultures – all under one roof.
- Scott Mounment Built in 1832 to commemorate the death of one of Scotland’s best loved writers, Sir Walter Scott, this Gothic spire stands at the eastern end of Princes Street Gardens. The monument is the largest memorial to a writer in the world. Standing at just over 200 feet high and is decorated with carvings of characters from his novels.
Or for something a little different…
How about what about a boat trip to the Isle of May National Nature Reserve?
Anchored on the Firth of Forth, the Isle of May is a magical mix of seabirds, seals and smuggling. You’ll need to take a ferry to reach the Isle of May. Ferries run from April to September and depart from Anstruther.