The announcement comes after Fife Council confirmed that all schools and nurseries would also be closed on a day which has been declared a public holiday for Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral.
The 96-year-old monarch died at Balmoral last Thursday.
The cultural trust said all events and activities at libraries, museums and theaters have been canceled and will reopen as normal on Tuesday, September 20.
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This means anyone booked to see the Jack Vettriano: The Early Years exhibition at the Kirkcaldy Galleries will need to reschedule.
They will be contacted to arrange a new date and time for their visit.
All other ticketless activities scheduled for Monday at all of our venues will be cancelled.
“We thank our customers for their understanding. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this very sad time.”
Fife Council has confirmed that schools and nurseries across the Kingdom will be closed on Monday.
He has not yet confirmed which city services will be affected or which buildings will be closed.
The Fife College campus network will also be closed, with all scheduled classes cancelled.
Operations will return to normal on Tuesday.
A number of churches across Fife will be open this week for prayers and quiet contemplation.
Flowers continue to be laid in remembrance of war and condolence books have been opened at council offices across the Kingdom.