Fife Folk Museum

The museum will close at the end of October reopening 1st April 2023 during this time the Bishops Bridge Tearoom will remain open.

Step back in time and learn the ways of the past in the beautiful village of Ceres.

The Fife Folk Museum is housed in a group of listed buildings in the centre of the attractive village of Ceres. The core buildings include the original tolbooth of the burgh, and a row of weavers’ cottages. At the front of the Museum, beside the Ceres Burn, is a terraced garden with a footbridge to and from the car park.

Museum Opening Hours
Wednesday – Sunday 10.30 – 16.00 (last entry 15.15)

BISHOPS BRIDGE TEAROOM

The Trustees of the Fife Folk Museum are pleased to announce the reopening of their tearoom from Wednesday the 20th July.

The newly named ‘Bishops Bridge Tearoom’ will be in the capable hands of Shari Hardwick and Henry Pirie. This is not the couple’s first venture, along with their family they run the successful and ever popular Old Barn Coffee Shop in Auchtermuchty.

The tearoom logo featuring the Bishop Brig is taken from the original woodcut by local artist Graham Bennison.

Customers can be assured of the warm friendly welcome and delicious home baking they have been accustomed to.  A range of Vegan, Vegetarian and gluten free products will be available also plant milks. Our four legged friends are not forgotten, they can look forward to their own doggie biscuits and canine ice cream.

The tearoom will be open from 10.00 am – 3.00 pm Wednesday to Sunday for further information please check out www.fifefolkmuseum.org/tearoom

‘Breakfast lunch and lots of cake’

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