Cupar & District Heritage Museum
The Cupar Heritage Museum is housed in two buildings, the old Masonic Hall built in 1915 and the old curling rink built in 1954. At the present time the display area covers some 343 square meters and a workshop area of 90 square meters. The displays represent many facets of life in Cupar and District from the early pioneer days to the present time. They include cultural, religious, sports, homemaking, medical, military, farming and other historical views.
307 Aberdeen Street in Cupar
May – September
Wednesday - Sunday 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. from May-September
Other visits are welcomed by calling the Town Office 306-723-4324.
Admission: By donation.