St Monans Kirk
Dating back to the 13th Century this church is one of the most picturesque locations making it very popular to be wed in. It was King David II who had the church built after his ship was caught in a storm whilst crossing the Firth of Forth and to give his thanks for his survival the church was built.
In 1544 the church was burnt down by the English and was rebuilt to become the parish church in1646. Having fallen into disrepair in 1950 it was again restored to its final beauty as it is today.
Entering the church you can't help but notice the unusual feature of an 18th century ship hanging from the ceiling again marking the strong link to the sea. looking round there are displays depicting people and places connected with the churches history.