Scottish Fisheries Museum
Fife Coastal Route
With crystal clear waters, Scotland is famous for the quality of its seafood. Fish, crabs, lobsters and much more are caught and brought to shore, providing food and jobs for many generations of hardworking families. Discover how fishing has evolved from the earliest times to the present at this innovative museum, located in the charming village of Anstruther. The Scottish Fisheries Museum boasts historic photos and paintings of fishing in days gone by, as well as fascinating objects, such as clothes, equipment and a fleet of 22 historic boats. Other gorgeous East Neuk villages you’ll pass on the route include; Crail, Elie, Earlsferry, Kingsbarns, Pittenweem and St Monans.
You are 54 miles through this 77 mile route
The mileage is estimated for guidance only. Please check exact directions and traffic conditions before you begin your journey