National Trust for Scotland reveals re-opening dates for historic Fife venues

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The National Trust for Scotland is set to re-open buildings around Fife.

The doors to historic buildings across the region are set to re-open as lockdown restrictions start to ease.

They include the garden at Culross Palace which will be open daily from Friday, April 2.

The palace and shop will open from April 26.

Also re-opening is Falkland Palace and Garden.

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The residence of the Stewart dynasty, and a favourite of Mary Queen of Scots, the venue will welcome the public back from April 26.

Hill of Tarvit mansion’s garden and grounds will open daily and the mansion, shop and tearoom open from May 27 (Wednesday–Sunday)..

The Trust has also confirmed the opening of Kellie Castle’s grounds, garden and shop from April 26, and the castle and tearooms from May 27 (both Thursday to Monday)

The Trust tweeted: "Please adhere to local restrictions as set out by the Scottish Government when visiting our places, and check individual property pages before you set off.”

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