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Inchcolm Abbey

The island is also famed for its seals and other wildlife, and its coastal defences from the two World Wars. These were put in place to protect Rosyth naval base, the Forth Bridge and Edinburgh.



What to see and do




  • Take in the abbey’s dramatic location – best seen from the boat as it docks at the island

  • Get a sense of monastic life as you wander round the remarkably complete cloister


  • Seek out the rare medieval fresco – the wall painting dates from the 13th century




  • Look inside the bell tower for the stone screens, rare survivals of medieval church fixture





Tickets can be bought from Maid of the Forth or Forth Boat Tours



www.maidoftheforth.co.uk/inchcolm-island-landing-trip



www.forthtours.com/cruise/three-bridges-and-inchcolm-island-cruise/



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Location


Address

Inchcolm Abbey
Inchcolm Island
Burntisland
KY3 0UA

Tel: 07836 265146
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.historicenvironment.scot/inchcolm-abbey/

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