Visit the World Golf Museum in St Andrews

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 six different interactive sections for you to explore, this is an engaging learning experience you won’t forget in a hurry. With new exhibitions running all the time you can come back to discover more about different famous golfers through history, and their object of the month exhibitions highlight the history and significance of a different piece in their collection. No golfer’s Stack would be complete without this on it!

Where can I learn more about the history of golf?

The World Golf Museum in St Andrews is THE place to learn everything about the history of this beloved sport.

While you’re in the area you should also visit the links – the largest public golf course in Europe and the home of golf worldwide! The museum is also right across from the Royal and Ancient Golf Club. They also have a fantastic shop and rooftop cafe onsite.

  • Adult – £12
  • Concessions (seniors over 60 and students) £10
  • Children aged 5 to 15 – £6
  • Children under 4 – Free
  • Open all week 10 am-4 pm

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