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Beveridge Park Kirkcaldy


A coastal town in Fife, Kirkcaldy is famed for its Links Market, the largest street fair in Europe and held every year in April, which has been held on the town for over 700 years.

The town is set on a large curved beach and is home to the formal gardens of Beveridge Park. The town was birthplace and home to economist Adam Smith, author of The Wealth of Nations, published in 1776.

Explore the atmospheric ruins of Ravenscraig Castle, a 15th-century fortress overlooking Kirkcaldy harbour, and learn about its turbulent history as a royal residence and military stronghold.

Landmarks and Attractions

Kinghorn beach

Offering stunning views along the Firth of Forth, this sandy beach offers fresh sea air and a tranquil atmosphere.

Ravenscraig Castle

Dating back to the 15th century, the castle is a striking example of medieval architecture and a testament to Scotland’s turbulent past.

Kirkcaldy Galleries

Kirkcaldy Galleries offers visitors a library, museum, art gallery, local & family history room, café, gift shop and children’s areas – all under one roof with free entry to the museum and art galleries.