1 Visit Deep Sea World - Set off on a spectacular underwater safari at Deep Sea World. A memorable day out for all ages, you can explore the UK's longest underwater viewing tunnel
2 Visit Edinburgh - Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland and the seat of the Scottish Parliament. It is the second largest city in Scotland and the seventh most populous in the K, second only to London as a world class tourist attraction. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edinburgh
3 Visit Dunfermline Palace and Abbey - The great abbey of Dunfermline was founded in the 11th century by Queen Margaret and the foundations of the original building lie under the stunning 12th century Romanesque style nave.
4 Visit the Secret Bunker - Visit the Secret underground nuclear command bunker and discover the twilight world of the Government Cold War.
5 Visit Falkland Palace - Falkland Palace was built by two kings - James IV and V – between 1450 and 1541. The Stuart Kings and Queens liked to visit here – including Mary Queen of Scots
6 Visit Glamis Castle - Glamis Castle is known as one of the most haunted castles in Britain. It certainly has more stories and legends attached to it than any other
7 Visit St Andrews, the home of golf - Since as early as 1691, when St Andrews was described as “the metropolis of golf”, the Auld Grey Toon on Scotland’s east coast has been regarded as the game’s spiritual home. Indeed, the very first minute of the Society of St Andrews Golfers, later to become The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, refers to the town as the ‘alma mater’ of golf. www.standrews.co.uk/
8 Visit Dundee, City of Discovery - Dundee - the City of Discovery: a modern and vibrant city with a rich history and proud traditions. Set by the River Tay on one of Europe's most impressive geographic locations, Dundee is a place where the future is being forged now. Massive advances in medicine and the development of electronic entertainment are achievements of a city and people famed for their innovation and invention.
9 Visit other famous Scottish castles in the local area - visit Blackness Castle, Aberdour Castle, Pitreavie Castle and Abbot House Heritage Centre
10 Do the Fife Coastal Path - The Fife Coastal path is one of Scotland's Great Trails Completed in 2002 the Fife Coastal Path runs from Culross to the Tay Bridge and offers a range of walking experience, from the easy and level to the wild and demanding. Whether young or old there is something for everyone. Enjoy the superb coastline with its rich wildlife, picturesque villages, castles, churches and harbours. .