Things to do 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 …

The Cambo Gardens and Estate is a great place to enjoy the outdoors! Famous across the world for their iconic Snowdrops, The Cambo estate covers the grand stately home, a stunning RHS Partner Georgian Walled Garden, …

Ziggy’s is a dining experience themed and named after pop culture icon David Bowie. The restaurant is named after Bowie’s alien genderbending Rockstar alter-ego Ziggy Stardust who is a character that starred in Bowie’s essential album …

This unassuming farmhouse conceals a secret kept for over 50 years – Scotland’s underground nuclear command centre! Built by the RAF in 1953 to withstand the threat of a nuclear attack during the Cold War, the …

Take a deep breath and get ready to plunge into a day filled with fun and discovery, as you visit St Andrews Aquarium! Visitors can immerse themselves in the magical underwater world on display at the …

Are you a fan of the supernatural? Are you interested in paranormal activity? Would you enjoy tours around the historic and beautiful seaside town St Andrews? – If you answered yes to any of these questions …

Established over 35 years ago by Raymond Gatherum, the Edenside Stables are a great place to visit if you’d like to try riding for the first time, or if you’re an expert rider. Everyone is welcome! …

On your marks… Get set and sail! Head to St. Andrews for a two-hour land yachting session. If you’ve never experienced sailing on wheels, then get ready for tons of fun as you whiz up and …

Is it a barn? Is it a farm? Wait, it is actually Scotland’s Secret Bunker! Come and see it for yourself, Scotland’s Secret Underground Nuclear Command Center. Here you can discover the world of the government …

Take the jump and leap out of a plane in St Andrews and skydive! Jump in tandem with a highly skilled and qualified instructor that will guide you through the whole jump process from the take-off …

Want to find the best food in St Andrews but don’t know where to start? Book one of Eat Walk’s daily tours and experience the wide range of delicious food this coastal gem has to offer. …

Get creative with one of Jaclyn Stewart’s life drawing classes at Eden Art in St Andrews! Running 8-10 week blocks of life drawing, landscape oil painting, and portraiture, this is a great course to sign up …

The Fraser Art Gallery is one of Scotland’s oldest privately owned galleries, having first opened its doors 150 years ago. It’s been under the ownership of the Fraser family since day 1, with the family also …

Tee off and take off on your exploration of the birthplace of one of the most popular sports in the world, at St Andrew’s Links! For over 600 years St Andrews Links hasn’t failed to keep …

Sproson Gallery & Framers first opened their doors in 1981, when the shop operated as a bespoke custom picture framing business. Since then, the business has branched out and blossomed into a free art gallery, offering …

Explore these striking ruins set against the rocky coastline of St Andrews! Once the seat of Scotland’s leading Bishops, St Andrews Castle dates all the way back to the middle ages and has been home to …

Dive into the history of St Andrews, and Scotland as a nation, at St Andrews Museum. This Victorian mansion is the perfect place to spend any hour or two on a rainy day in St Andrews …

Once the largest church in Scotland, what remains of St Andrews Cathedral is impressive even in its ruined state with a remarkable collection of medieval statues and stunning views of the coast and Fife. Wander its …

Discover the origins of golf at the World Golf museum in St Andrews – the birthplace of the sport! This five star attraction is a must-visit for any golfers, fans of the sport or historians. With …