Outreach & Education


Themed group and special interest talks
FFM volunteers present a handling collection of museum artefacts in fun and informative sessions to Fife-based social and special interest groups. To discuss your needs and book a session, phone 01334 828180 or email info@fifefolkmuseum.org

Fife schools visits
Using our handling collection, games, activities and creative play, our volunteers can tailor sessions to suit curricular, local heritage or personal development outcomes. To discuss your needs and book a session phone 01334 828180 or email info @fifefolkmuseum.org

Creative Play at FFM
Fife Folk Museum love to see children at play, and we’ve set up an activity base in the museum annexe where children (and adults) can draw, try out puzzles, dress up and test out our old school desk, abacus and blackboard. We also run trails for children to follow throughout the museum exhibitions.


Announcing our program of free summer childrens activities over the summer holidays, of 2023 begining with “Pattern workshop for primary children” on July 7th.


Places will be limited so please call the museum on 01334 828180 or email info@fifefolkmuseum.org to book.

Our thanks to the Tesco Comunity Fund and shoppers at Tesco Cupar for making it possible.

FFM Weavers’ Trail
Researched around real people, and featuring a series of postcard messages placed throughout the museum, you can now follow the lives of local Ceres folk who worked in the weaving industry in the 19th century.

Children listening to story