The Archive Search room at OnFife Collections Centre, Bankhead reopens on Wednesday 12th August
It is open on Wednesdays and Thursdays between 9.30am and 4pm. Please phone to book an appointment in advance and let us know what you are coming to see.
All visitors will be sent information before their visit about procedures for their visit, to keep them and staff safe.
Appointments can be booked via firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01592 583352
Please see our new charges before you visit
To access the archives you have to register with one form of photographic ID along with something with your address such as a utility bill.
The records you are using are unique and irreplaceable, so please be very careful when handling them. Before your visit, make sure you read our Search Room Rules. You can find out what records are held at our Archive Centre by searching our online catalogue.
The Archive Centre was set up by Glenrothes Development Corporation in the early 1990s. Their records make up a large part of our main collection. In 1995 Fife Council inherited the building and the process of bringing together all of the Kingdom’s historical documents began. This facility is now run by Fife Cultural Trust to maintain and catalogue archives on behalf of Fife Council.