The area around Kirkcaldy has been inhabited since the Bronze Age. However, the first document to refer to the town itself was not until 1075, when Malcolm III granted the settlement to the church of Dunfermline. The town is a major service centre for the central Fife area, home to a swimming pool, theatre, museum and art gallery, three public parks and an ice rink. Kirkcaldy is also known as the birthplace of social philosopher and economist, Adam Smith who wrote his magnum opus, The Wealth of Nations in the town. (Improve this description or add photos)
11th Mar 2017
until 11th Jun 2017
Mon 12-7, Tues 9.30-7, Wed 9.30-5, Thurs 9.30-7, Fri 9.30-5, Sat 9.30-4, Sun 12-4
Fife Contemporary is delighted to bring new work by Jeremy Hutchison to Kirkcaldy Galleries from 11 March to 11 June 2017.
This exhibition explores the effect of de-industrialisation on Kirkcaldy. ... read more
1st Jul 2017
Join over 20 LGBTI groups as they come together for Fife's first ever Pride event, which hopes to become an annual festival in Scotland's calendar. Join us for a fun filled march along the high street... read more