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Shore Excursion: Kingsbarns Distillery and St Andrews Tour Including Walk on the Old Course from Port of Rosyth

Shore Excursion: Kingsbarns Distillery and St Andrews Tour Including Walk on the Old Course from Port of Rosyth - Dunfermline, United Kingdom

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Dunfermline, United Kingdom

From USD
$884.53

Embark on this exciting distillery and St. Andrews tour with a pick up from your cruise ship, and enjoy a tasting of fine local spirits at the Kingsbarns Distillery and a walk of the hallowed fairways on the Old Course at St ... More info ›

Embark on this exciting distillery and St. Andrews tour with a pick up from your cruise ship, and enjoy a tasting of fine local spirits at the Kingsbarns Distillery and a walk of the hallowed fairways on the Old Course at St. Andrews. You will also have some free time in St Andrews to explore.

The coach will leave the port at 09:00am, and travel first to Kingsbarns Distillery for a private tour and tasting of these fine local spirits. for those who don't drink there will be time to enjoy a coffee in the distilleries coffee shop and take in the lovely view out over the North Sea.

We will arrive in to St Andrews at a touch after 12 noon, where you will have free time to visit the Cathedral ruins, maybe the Castle ruins, and have lunch in one of the many cafes or pubs.

You may fancy popping in to the Old Cheese Shop, or the Chocolate Shop which are both just across the road from the coach pick up point

At 2pm there will be a one hour walking tour on the old course for those eager to walk the hollowed fairways. This will take in a few holes, with time to take that all important photo on the Swilcan Bridge.

The golf shops are also nearby, as is the British Golf Museum, so again free time will be given before we rejoin the coach at 3:45pm, for the trip back to the ship.

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Culross Palace Entrance Ticket

Culross Palace Entrance Ticket - Dunfermline, United Kingdom

Duration: 1 to 6 hrs
Location: Dunfermline, United Kingdom

From USD
$13.66

Just outside Edinburgh, overlooking the Firth of Forth, step back in time and explore the cobbled streets, historic palace and garden of this 17th century royal burgh. The Town House built in 1626, was once the administrative centre of Culross and includes the former tollbooth and witches’ prison ... More info ›

Just outside Edinburgh, overlooking the Firth of Forth, step back in time and explore the cobbled streets, historic palace and garden of this 17th century royal burgh. The Town House built in 1626, was once the administrative centre of Culross and includes the former tollbooth and witches’ prison. The palace garden, famed for its Scots Dumpy hens, is rich in aromatic and medicinal plants, many of which were essential components of medieval potions and cures.

Culross Palace, Garden and Royal Burgh feature in a number of scenes filmed in the popular TV show Outlander.  

Culross Palace is Scotland's most complete example of a burgh of the 17th and 18th centuries.

White-harled houses with red-tiled roofs line the steep cobbled streets which run from the market cross to the hilltop abbey. In the centre is the ochre-coloured palace with its beautifully reconstructed period garden, complete with herbs, fruit and vegetables, and rare Scots Dumpy hens. Get a sense of what it would have been like to live in Culross Palace in its prime, with original painted woodwork and beautifully restored 17th and 18th-century interiors.

It's little wonder that Culross is acknowledged as one of the most picturesque villages in Scotland - or that it's so often used as a film and television location.

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