Wondering what to do in Fife in winter? This November there is so much going on in Scotland. As we mentioned in our previous post, it’s St Andrew’s Day at the end of the month! And in honour of this our walk of the month is the Fife Coastal Path. So, if you’re thinking of visiting the east coast of Scotland soon, be sure to read on to find out more about what there is to do in the area…
What to do in and around Fife in November – Advice from EasyWays
Scotland’s first design museum opened on the 15th of September this year. The international centre for design is on Dundee’s Waterfront and since its opening has welcomed thousands of guests to enjoy exhibitions, music performances and workshops!
It is in a central location in Dundee, therefore very easy to reach if you’re planning a trip to the east coast. Currently, the following exhibitions are on;
Pay a visit to the new design hub of Scotland!
There are many Christmas events happening in Fife at the end of November. In the town of Cupar, just near St Andrews, the Christmas lights turn on and fair will be on the 24th of November.
Also, on St Andrew’s Day (the 30th of November), there is another Christmas market at Lindores Abbey Distillery – the perfect place to find some unique Christmas gifts and get into the Christmas spirit!
Christmas Light Night
Another festive activity which is also taking place in Dundee is the Christmas Light Night on Saturday the 17th of November. Throughout the city centre, seasonal events will be taking place from 4pm onwards. This is another mid-November activity that the whole family can enjoy, preparing you for Christmas in the best way possible! Because of the variety of events following up to St Andrew’s Day, November is a great time to visit the east coast!
What to Do in Fife in Summer 2019
Avoid the cold weather and walk the Fife Coastal Path in the summer months of 2019. There is so much to do along this coastal route year round! Bookings are filling up fast for 2019 so get in quick to reserve your dates!
The Fife Coastal Path, as the name suggests, takes you along the east coast, beginning in North Queensferry and ending in St Andrews, with the option to extend the walk as far as Newport-on-Tay and Dundee. From the West Highland Way to the Kintyre Way, we have so many different walks to choose from.