Burntisland  is a coastal town with a population of 6000 in the kingdom of Fife, Scotland.
Burntisland is on the "Fife Circle" train line from Edinburgh. Trains from Edinburgh take 35 minutes, and there are often 2 per hour.
The main sites can be explored on foot.
- Museum of Communication 131 High Street KY3 9AA Saturday and Wednesday May - Sept. Exhibition changes every year - Great Scots who changed the World for 2009.
- Burntisland Heritage Trust. An exhibition of town history is held in the Burgh Chambers on the High Street on Wed-Sun in summer. Also a good place to ask for general tourist information.
- St Columba's Church opened in 1594 and has an interesting painted interior (open summer Saturdays). It was the first church to be built in Scotland after the Reformation.
- Beach with Promenade next to The Links.
- Rossend Castle. See this from the outside only as it is now occupied by a firm of architects.
- Go to the Fair in Summer on The Links.
- Walk the Fife Coastal Path.
- Go for a swim at the Beacon Leisure Centre.
- Excellent fish and chips are to be had at Romanos on the High Street.
- There's decent basic food at the Ramblers Rest deli.
The town is well serviced by hotels and bars catering to all tastes commensurate with the standing of a Fife coastal town.
- Burntisland Sands Hotel  Lochies Road 01592 872230
- Kingswood Hotel  Kinghorn Road, near Burntisland, Fife KY3 9LL 01592 872329.