Thu 17 Jun 21
After a year of travel restrictions, the visitor attractions of Dunfermline and West Fife are opening their doors, and launching a major publicity campaign to attract UK visitors to see the many gems that are on offer here.
So often lost in the background of Edinburgh’s profile, Dunfermline’s tourism networks have been working with Visit Scotland to promote the area’s amazing historical offer through the creation of an e book for tourists, and an innovative social media campaign. Supporting this initiative will be the arrival of two Bloggers this week, keen to explore the variety of things to see and do, and to share it with their many followers. They are Susanne - A Scotland Travel Blog (adventuresaroundscotland.com) and Kay The Chaotic Scot Scotland Travel Blog & Itinerary Planning | The Chaotic Scot
Donald Mackenzie, Chair of the Local Tourism Association, said “Our visitors will have a busy time ahead of them with planned visits to over 20 locations over two days. We have been keen to showcase, not only our most popular attractions such as the Abbey, the Library and Galleries, the Birthplace Museum, Culross and the Forth Bridge, but also to highlight those places less well known, but still important to the area and our heritage, such as Inverkeithing’s Town House, and St Peter’s Tower, and the Lime Centre in Charlestown.
This is a great opportunity for visitor businesses in the area, not only the major attractions, but also the many smaller providers in the hospitality industry across West Fife, such as restaurants, pubs, B&Bs and local tour providers. We have so much to offer. We will be encouraging our members to get on board to promote the very best we have to offer.”