Road

The new Queensferry Crossing is due to open on 30 August, so should be a well established route by November! On the north side, it joins/replaces the road from the Forth Road Bridge (A90) just at the first junction, so the instructions are the same: from the M90 north of the bridge take the A921 through Aberdour and on entering Burntisland turn right on Kirkton Road. At the T junction turn left on High Street and the Museum of Communications is a short distance along on the left though we recommend continuing to the end of the road until you see the park appear. Turn right into Links Road and you will find a large free car park on the left only 300m away from the venue.

Rail

There are frequent "Fife Circle" services from Edinburgh, either Waverley or Haymarket Stations. For those coming south from Aberdeen, change at Kirkcaldy. Burntisland Station is only 300m from the venue.

Bus

There are regular bus services from Inverkeithing, Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy.

Air

A regular bus service exists from Edinburgh Airport to Haymarket and Waverley Railway Stations to join the Fife Circle Line. Haymarket is nearest. The new trams also run to Haymarket and provide a faster service than the bus. Alternatively, it is a short taxi journey to South Gyle Railway Station to join the Fife Circle Railway Line, and this is much closer than going into the city.

Kingswood Hotel

The hotel is approximately three quarters of a mile east of the Museum along Kinghorn Road. A short taxi journey if no lift is available.