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Fife Folk Museum 50th birthday logo

A window on Fife’s past, Fife Folk Museum in the village of Ceres,
offers an interesting and entertaining day out for all the family with activities for all ages.
The museum is housed in a range of older buildings including former weavers cottages, the old weigh-house and the tolbooth.
Join us in celebrating our 50th birthday this year!

Over seventy guests attended the 2018 season opening event where "Goldie" the Wemyssware cat was presented to the museum to commemorate the 50th anniversary celebrations.


The first Pop Art event on Tuesday 17th April will be an overview of  Pop Art as practised by British  artists, including Eduardo Paulozzi, Peter Blake and Richard Hamilton amongst others. While in America we shall look at the work of Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Jasper Johns.

The next Monday Evening Talk will be on Monday 7th May at 7pm when Dr Marie Robinson will talk about the Greigson Farm Dairy.

All welcome to come along to our talks. Tea and coffee will be available after the talk. Admission is free but donations of £2 towards the upkeep of the Museum are much appreciated.

Find out more about the history of the museum buildings, when the museum was opened and the development of the buildings over the last 50 years. 


Almost all of those invloved in running the museum are volunteers.

We are always keen to welcome new volunteers.

Would you be interested in joining us?



We are keen to develop community and cultural partnerships through our workshops, talks and school visits. Contact us to discuss your needs or book a session.

Why not drop in to the Weigh House Tearoom for a delicious soup, sandwich, one of our unusual scones or some cake?

Opening times from 1st April 2018

Tuesday - Saturday 10.00 - 4.30
Sunday 11.00 - 4.00
(last orders 3.30)


Fife Folk Museum exterior

Museum open 1st April - 31st October 2018
Wednesday - Sunday 10.30am-4.30pm
Last Admission 3.45pm

FREE ENTRY - donations welcomed

We have free parking available opposite the museum for use by all visitors.

Because of the nature of the historic buildings housing the museum, not all areas are fully accessible. There is wheelchair access to most areas however different floor levels are accessed by steps and stairs. Please contact us ahead of your visit if you wish to know more.


Please note that we have no credit card facilities in the Museum or Tearoom, but there is a cash withdrawal facility within the village at the Spar shop.

Museums Galleries Scotland
Accredited Museum
Scottish Tourist Board 3star museum
The Robertson Trust
Young Start Big Fund
Association of Independant Museums