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The link below will take you to a youtube video produced by a local charity , Enable, that works with young adults, the intro explains all about it.
The idea was to create a ‘Fife Jaunt’ to promote visitor numbers to Falkland Palace, Fife Folk Museum and St Andrews. The Fife Folk Museum section begins approximately 6mins. in.



The ever popular Fife Folk Museum Ceres is appealing to those who have in the past or who would like in the future to take up a role as a volunteer.

Some of the tasks involve working with the public and some are "behind the scenes". For the Museum to be open to the public throughout the season from 1st April to 31st October, we rely on a team of active helpers. The main area where volunteers are needed is on the reception desk, greeting the visitors. Two volunteers are required on duty for each morning or afternoon session, Wednesday to Sunday 10.30 – 1.15 pm / 1.15 pm – 4.00 pm. Also, your ideas for future exhibitions would be greatly welcomed.

No special skills are needed to become a volunteer other than enthusiasm, reliability, an interest in the Museum and its exhibits and dealing with the public. Training is given on a variety of tasks to suit each volunteer.

Volunteering can add to your skills and experience, help you gain confidence, meet new people and give a feeling of satisfaction working as a team towards a common goal.


Volunteering can help you feel a part of something outside of your circle of friends and family and enable you to make a real difference to your community.


All COVID 19 precautions are in place to protect our volunteers and members of the public.

If you would be interested, please contact the Museum via or telephone 01334 828180.

Fife Folk Museum 100 Club October Winners

October 100 Club winners are:
1st Prize S. Smith
2nd Prize J. Van den Berg
3rd Prize S. Kelly
Congratulations to all.

Would you like to join our team?  It could be the perfect opportunity for you to  try new things and make new friends.

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.

Harvest Mouse Tearoom opening from 28th April 2021

Pop in for a wee nibble

Fife Folk Museum exterior


Opening times for 2021 are;

Museum open 1st May - 31st October
Wednesday - Sunday 10.30am-4pm

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.


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