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Museums and Galleries

Museums and Galleries

Kirkcaldy Galleries and Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries are ready to welcome you back into their buildings!

Blooming Marvellous 

From Tuesday 27 April, you can visit the fabulous, FREE, family friendly exhibition, ‘Blooming Marvellous’ at Kirkcaldy Galleries. Explore the wonderful world of wildlife and plants in this family-friendly exhibition. Find out more about the insects and animals that live in our gardens and discover some amazing facts about plants and flowers. Meet Polly Potting Shed and enjoy a host of activities both in the Galleries and at home with our Museum Makes crafts for kids videos!

Have a sneak preview of the Blooming Marvellous exhibition:

Make a daisy chain in our Museum Makes craft session:



Watch a special Blooming Marvellous Bookbug:



While we are preparing for some of our museums to open on 26 April, St Andrews Museum will remain closed while building work are in progress. We will be open with our Art-astic exhibition as soon as we can!

Art-tastic is a family-friendly exhibition that tests the adage that a picture paints a thousand words. We invited budding writers of all ages to create stories and verse inspired by some 20 works of art. Some of the written pieces will be shared on social media and the artworks will be on display at St Andrews Museum. Works on show include paintings by L S Lowry – famed for his matchstick-like figures – the eminent 20th century artist Sir William MacTaggart and leading Arts and Crafts painter John Duncan. 

Find out more about Art-tastic here.

OnFife Archives

Explore Fife’s rich history town by town on the Fife Archives Flickr page – you never know who you might see there!

Recreate a View 

Recreate your favourite local studies photograph while you are out on your daily walk. Our archives team will be challenging Fifers to recreate images from our collections. Have a look at ONFife Archives Facebook to see the results, plus find out about our recommended websites and our favourite books in the Local Studies collections and tell us your favourite Fife story. 

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