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No visit to St. Andrews, known worldwide as the "Home of Golf", would be complete without a round at the famous Old Course. See how you measure up against the golfing legends of the past and present before indulging in some delicious local produce and a local beer or two at one of the town’s fine restaurants.
Nearby lie the medieval ruins of St. Andrews Castle. This intriguing castle has been a fortress, palace and state prison in its time, complete with sixteenth century siege mine and the formidable ‘bottle dungeon’ hewn out of the rock - rumoured to have imprisoned John Knox at one time.
The ruins of Ravenscraig Castle are also well worth a look, before making your way to Kirkcaldy Museum and Art Gallery, a real cultural hub which is home to works by William McTaggat, Scottish Colourist S. J. Peploe and Kirkcaldy artist Jack Vettriano.