British Golf Museum in St Andrews
British Golf Museum in St Andrews

British Golf Museum in St Andrews

Interested in learning about the history of Scotland’s beloved game while also taking in the incredible ocean view? Come and surround yourself with the beautiful sights of St Andrews, uncovering the heritage of Golf and learning about its relationship with St Andrews.

All of the Museum’s facilities are under the same roof. So there is no need to worry about your visit being ruined by the famous Scottish weather!

Where can I learn about the history of golf in Scotland?

The British Golf Museum in St Andrews has 6 different interactive zones that take you from St Andrews around the world, discovering and exploring the ins and outs of golf's origin on the east coast of Scotland and how it led on to becoming the global game that is played all across the world today.

The British Golf Museum in St Andrews offers its visitors a fun interactive learning experience, located directly opposite the first Tee of one of the oldest golf clubs in the world, St Andrews.

Visitors of the museum can choose from a variety of exhibitions and galleries that are on display for the world to learn about, with brand new different feature galleries and upcoming events being added frequently on the museum’s website so you can plan in advance for what you would like to see when visiting.

To purchase tickets, visitors can do so online via the museum’s website as well as at the museum reception desk which can be found on the ground floor.

  • Adult tickets: £12
  • Seniors (60+): £10
  • Students: £10 (Students must provide valid student ID)
  • Children under 4 visit for free
  • Group booking and rates are available


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