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Kirkcaldy Art Gallery and Museum
The Kirkcaldy Art Gallery and Museum comprises of exhibits of some painters from Scotland. There are also some riveting exhibits that portray the history of linoleum production. This museum is open from Monday to Saturday 10:30 to 17:00 and on Sunday from 14:00 to 17:00. Entry and parking are not chargeable. There are complete facilities for people with disabilities. There is a restaurant and gift shop in the premises. A typical visit to this place consumes one hour.
Sailors Walk is a collection of houses of merchants that were constructed in the 17th century. In 1950, these houses were restored by the National Trust for Scotland.
The Ravenscraig Castle dates back to the mid-15th century. James II constructed two large round towers here. At present, the impressive ruins of this castle can be seen on a rocky surface close to Dysart Road. One spends about half an hour to visit this castle.
The landmarks in Kirkcaldy are three main former big houses called as Dunnikier House, Raith House and Path House. Another crucial house is Hunter House which was constructed in 1786 by George Heggie and probably the design was made by Robert Adam.
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