The aim of Burntisland Heritage Trust is to protect and conserve Burntisland's Heritage. Every year since 1994 the Trust has produced a summer exhibition. The Summer Exhibition for 2015 is ‘CROSSING THE FORTH’. The exhibition looks at transportation over the Forth and the maritime development of Burntisland throughout the ages. . The exhibition also features ‘The Lost Treasure of Charles I in 1633’.
This free exhibition of 38 panels contains more than 60 displays relate the stories of numerous topics all vividly illustrated by over a hundred photographs. The exhibition will be open every Saturday from 9th May to 13th June from 11.00am to 4.00pm. Then from 20th June to 29th August open on Wednesdays from 1pm to 4pm and Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11am to 4pm. The exhibition is housed at Burntisland Heritage Centre, 4 Kirkgate, Burntisland (just round the corner from the main door of the Burgh Chambers in the High Street).
It will be open on Wednesday afternoon from 1.00 to 4.00pm and on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11.00am to 4.00pm. Also available for viewing and browsing are videos and large collections of other types of historical material relating to the town's fascinating history. Admission is free.
The Trust's free guided historic walk will take place every Wednesday in July and August at 2.30pm. The meeting place is the Heritage Centre at 4 Kirkgate. The walk takes about two hours and includes visits to the Parish Church and the Burgh Chambers.
In addition The Heritage Trust offer guided walks of the town’s outer trail every last Friday of the month from May to September. The meeting place is the Heritage Centre at 4 Kirkgate at 1.30pm. The walk takes about three hours and includes a climb to the summit of the Binn. Walkers should be reasonably fit, wear stout footwear and clothes suitable for the weather conditions. All guided walks are undertaken at walker’s own risk.
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