The Cambo Heritage Trust was formed in 1998, to provide learning, training and volunteering opportunities in environment, heritage, arts, culture and horticulture at Cambo Estate.
Demand for these opportunities has grown dramatically and Cambo Heritage Trust now wishes to safeguard the activities of the charity by converting heritage buildings on Cambo Estate for charitable use and ensure an income for the future sustainability of the charity. Click here to visit website and find out more.
Say hello to the Stables Visitor Centre! The new home of Cambo Heritage Trust and gateway to Cambo Gardens…
The Stables Visitor Centre opened in October 2017 following a sensitive restoration and redevelopment of Stables dating from 1760’s by Page/Park Architects, supported by a huge number of funder and donors including Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic Environment Scotland. The Visitor Centre houses a heritage exhibition, the Tack Room Shop selling crafts and gifts by local makers and Cambo grown flowers, plants and produce. Our south carriage house hosts Nosebag café who create hearty, traditional Scottish food using locally sourced produce from Cambo Gardens, the East Neuk, wider Fife and beyond.
Free nature play area, woodland walks, heritage exhibition, crafts, cards and gifts by local makers, Cambo grown flowers, plants and produce.
Visitor Centre and gardens open daily 10am – 5pm . Dog friendly Nosebag café open Wednesday to Sunday 10am – 5pm
Entry to walled garden, winter garden & prairie garden £5.50 adults, free for carers and under 16’s.
To contact Cambo Heritage Trust call 01333 451 575