If you either love needlework and/or love learning about Scottish history, this is the perfect place to do so. The brainchild of one man, Alexander McCall Smith, this 160 panel embroidery (not tapestry) was designed by one male artist and sewn by 1000 women. No comment. It is a cinch to access because it's currently being shown in the Kirkcaldy Art Gallery right next to the Kirkcaldy train station, and it's free. If possible go on a weekday to avoid a crowd, but even with a crowd it's a must-see.
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