The Royal Burgh of Crail’s long and fascinating history is told using text, illustrations and artefacts.

The history of the Airfield using photos and artefacts is described covering the period 1918 to 1960.

The exhibition follows the roots of golfing in Crail from the early Dutch traders, Sauchope Links, Balcomie Links, Crail Golfing Society, East Neuk o’ Fife Golf Club and the Tom Morris connection.

Crail mainly owes its existence to the sea. Its bays and harbours provide safe havens for boats whether for fishing, trading or leisure. In this new exhibition we look at these aspects and also some related activities.

Crail Kirkyard has a significant number of Mural Monuments, 20 in total, whereas most other Kirkyards in Scotland would have only one or two. This reflects how affluent a trading town Crail was in earlier centuries.