Maspie House Gallery is situated in the heart of the historic village of Falkland, Fife.  Only a few steps from the beautiful 15th century Palace of Falkland, Maspie House was built in 1819 by Francis Deas, Provost of Falkland. The house is named after the Maspie Burn that meanders between the garden at the foot of Maspie House and the orchards of Falkland Palace.  Provost Deas chose to embellish the front of the building with the addition of a bold and flamboyant castellated stone façade which ensures that Maspie House Gallery remains an eye-catching and focal point in the High Street.  The one-time village post office and former gift shop has now been transformed into a modern gallery that showcases work by leading Scottish artists and craftspeople.

Maspie House Gallery is open Tuesday to Sunday and displays art, ceramics, photography, glassware and hand-made jewellery.