Fife Folk Museum
|[Fife Folk Museum]|
Farming is everywhere in Fife, so perhaps it's not surprising that the county has an excellent museum dedicated to the region's rural history, housed in a former tolbooth and 19th century weaving cottages in the middle of Ceres. Er, where? Ceres is a village not far from Cupar - it's an attractive place but not really on Fife's main road network, which could explain why the Fife Folk Museum isn't better known. A colourful collection of gardening and agricultural equipment strung along Craighall Burn welcomes you to the museum, with a fascinating assortment of objects spread across several (small) levels and buildings. Upon entry we were each given a woven tag emblazoned with the name of one of Ceres' former residents, with displays at regular intervals allowing us to follow the life of our chosen citizen as we moved around the building - a nice, innovative touch.
|[Farming equipment in the annex]|
Name: Fife Folk Museum ★★★☆☆
Location: High Street, Ceres village centre, G.R.: NO 400115 ///swaps.exploring.civic
Open (2018): Wednesday to Sunday, April to October
|[Recreated rural cottage scene]|