Wemyss Caves Education Centre, has local exhibits and information on the Wemyss Caves and Macduff Castle.
Home of the Save Wemyss Ancient Caves Society
This society was formed in 1986 after a car was set on fire in Jonathan's Cave, which destroyed the drawing of the swan, which is a part of the Wemyss Coat of Arms.
The Society is open, every Sunday, from 1.30 pm to 4.00 pm running from April to September.
The volunteers are, very friendly and are only too happy to answer any questions or show you round the exhibits, do not be shy, ask for further information if you require it.
The following photographs were taken in and around the, original
As can be seen a bright and full room of exhibits awaits you.
Wemyss Environmental Education Centre.
East Wemyss Primary School
Fossils collected from the local the local beach
Mining played a large part in the lives of this community.
Household objects give a feel for life in the past
There is a great deal of information about the Wemyss Caves
and Macduff Castle.
Things that have been found on the beach.
and things for children (or adults) to get their hands on.
The Mosaic below can be found just below the school,
head down towards the shore. The mosaic is just a minute from the school.
It captures I think the lives and the life of this small community.
Close-ups of sections of the Mosaic.
The very centre of the mosaic - Fish and the sea the heart of the village.
The plaque to the left of this mosaic.
Looking up School Wynd towards the primary school
(just behind the trees ahead)