The Museum reopens on 1st April and the opening hours will be 10.30am to 4.30pm, every day of the week - last admission 4.00pm.

Adults £5.00
Concessions £4.00
Prebooked group £3.00 each
Accompanied children FREE

The Weigh House Tearoom, the Museum Shop are located on the ground floor of the Visitor Centre and are open:
(Monday - Saturday) 9.30am to 4.30pm
(Sunday) 10.30am to 4.30pm. Last admission 4.00pm.


Fife Folk Museum
High Street
KY15 5NF
Telephone 01334 828180
(you may leave a message)
or e-mail to


The tearoom, shop, and toilets are wheelchair accessible via the Main Entrance. The annexe and most of the Museum is wheelchair accessible by using the ramps from the main entrance, or parking in the disabled bay in the High Street.
Assistance may be available from the volunteers, please contact for details.


The recently refurbished Fife Folk Museum is in the village of Ceres, about 2 miles from Cupar - see exactly where we are on the FIND US page.

The main entrance to the Museum is across the wooden footbridge from the Ceres Car Park

The Cottar's Kitchen in the Museum

The Museum, which is run by volunteers, is well worth a visit and you are assured of a friendly welcome.

The Museum’s collections include agricultural and craft tools, costume, toys and games, domestic equipment, pottery, paintings, and much more.

A selection of these items, including the Highlander doorstop on the right. are shown on the EXHIBITS page with more information on the COLLECTIONS page.

The Museum Annex is on the east side of High Street and can be accessed from the main museum building

The Museum welcomes visits from schools and also arranges for volunteers to visit local schools with relevant artefacts from the Museum collections.

We are always happy to try to accommodate a topic and an age range. If you are interested in a visit to your class please contact us at

See the SCHOOLS page for more information.