Things to do in St Andrews
Historic cathedral and university town located on the east coast of Fife, now famous worldwide as the home of golf
Are you looking for things to do in St Andrews? We've got plenty of great ideas for you and places to go in your leisure time.
Known for... Royal and Ancient Golf Club
St Mary's Church, Kirkheugh FREE
The scanty foundations of a small cruciform church on the edge of the cliff behind the cathedral.
St Andrews Cathedral
The remains of what was Scotland’s largest and most magnificent church still show how impressive St Andrews Cathedral was.
St Andrews Botanic Garden
The botanic garden at St Andrews is currently undergoing much improvement.
West Port FREE
One of the few surviving city gates in Scotland, built in 1589 and renovated in 1843. View exterior only.
|At junction of South Street with Bridge Street.|
St Andrews Castle
On a headland to the north of St Andrews stand the ruins of the city’s castle, the main residence of the bishops and archbishops.
Blackfriars Chapel FREE
A vaulted side apse survives of this church of Dominican friars, which was built in about 1516.
|In South Street opposite junction with Bell Street|
Scotstarvit Tower FREE
Probably built in the 15th century, and re-modelled between 1550 and 1579.
Kellie Castle And Gardens
Kellie Castle was Sir Robert Lorimer's own family house: it was he who initiated the reconstruction of the garden.
Hill Of Tarvit Mansionhouse And Garden
Hill of Tarvit is one of Scotland’s finest Edwardian mansionhouses, replete with a splendid collection of antiques, furniture.
Cambo's large, romantic, Victorian walled garden is built around the Cambo Burn, a most unusual feature.
Hill Of Tarvit
Both house and garden at Hill of Tarvit were designed by Sir Robert Lorimer.
Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa
Centered on the most famous hole in golf, the Old Course Hotel at St Andrews is the perfect vacation resort for golf.
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