Despite its small size, Limekilns has no shortage of fantastic venues, whether you're hoping for a great meal, a drink in the local pub, or a day out - you’re sure to find what you're looking for, and if not, the town of Dunfermline is less than ten minutes away. Dunfermline is a large commercial town with a multitude of shops, restaurants, and bars, with fantastic nightlife and a convivial community.
Limekilns has several local attractions:
The Harbours of Limekilns – Historic walking area along the coastal routes of the town.
Rosyth Old Parish Church – Historical ruin of a church and graveyard with beautiful views south over the River Forth.
Limekilns, Charlestown, & Pattiesmuir War Memorial – A monument to the local men who fought and died in service during the first and second world wars.
Dunfermline – Limekilns is a ten-minute drive from the commercial town of Dunfermline, the historic capital of Scotland. Rich in cultural sights, retail, nightlife, cinema, and even theatre; Dunfermline is widely regarded as the central hub of Fife.
Follow the links below for things to do and discover nearby attractions:
Historic Charlestown Village
Carnegie Birthplace Museum in Dunfermline
Dunfermline Abbey and Palace - burial place of King Robert The Bruce
Saint Margaret's Cave
Walking Routes around Broomhall Estate