Let us help you plan your trip to Levenmouth with our suggestions of things you can get up to in an hour.
For Free: Run about at one of the many public parks in Levenmouth, including Cotlands Park in the heart of Kennoway, Silverburn Park and Letham Glen in Leven. Alternatively, Leven Beach has a children’s play area, a skate park and, of course, a sandy beach, perfect for making sandcastles or going for a quick dip in the sea. Alternatively, take your bikes, skateboards, scooters and/or inline skates to Kennoway Pump Track, next to the Community Centre[MP1]
For Fun: Pop along to Beachcomber Family Amusements on Leven Promenade. Test your skills and nerve with traditional and high-tech arcade games as well as pocket-money coin machines and fabulous inflatables.
For Heritage & Culture: Explore MacDuff’s Castle, situated high on the cliffs towering over East Wemyss[MP2] . Once the stronghold of MacBeth’s famous foes, today, it’s a tranquil spot with spectacular views across the River Forth. Indulge your artistic side with a visit to Affordable Arts in Methil High Street, an award-winning gallery specialising in high quality Scottish artwork, including originals and prints by Levenmouth artists.
Wild swimming (known locally as ‘going for a dook’!) is very popular in Fife, with swimmers from near and far taking full advantage of the Kingdom’s sandy beaches and sheltered bays.