Methil Heritage Centre

A popular community museum with a permanent display about the Levenmouth area.

Methil Heritage Centre

About Methil Heritage Centre

272 High Street, Methil KY8 3EQ
01334659339
Methil Heritage Centre Website
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A popular community museum with a permanent display about the Levenmouth area.

Come and enjoy our programme of exhibitions, tea room and museum shop which stocks a selection of local history books and souvenirs (the only book shop between St. Andrews and Kirkcaldy!).

Housed in an old post office, the museum is one of only handful of buildings around the world that contains a King Edward VIII plaque from 1936’s year of Three Kings. You can find out more about the building on the Friends of Methil Heritage website.

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