St Andrews Museum
Bell Pettigrew Museum
The Museum of the University of St Andrews
The Gateway Galleries
Preservation Trust Museum
British Golf Museum
The garden has several main areas, ranging from the rock garden and scree, with pools and waterfalls, to sheltered paths through large plantings of trees and shrubs. Herbaceous borders provide summer colour and the large glasshouses contain cacti and succulents and a large collection of alpines besides other plants from warmer regions such as South East Asia. Whatever the season, there is always something to see.
Every corner of St Andrews is steeped in historic interest. From the spectacular St Andrews Cathedral ruins to Blackfriars Chapel and Martyrs’ Monument. See the Visit St Andrews website below for more information.
Right beside the world-famous Old Course sits “The Himalayas” putting green (normally open April to September) where anyone and everyone can enjoy the experience of St Andrews golf, with absolutely no experience needed! The undulating course is owned by St Andrews Ladies’ Putting Club, so is sometimes used for organised competitions, but at most times it’s open to the public.
MORE THINGS TO DO
For more to do during your stay have a look at Visit St Andrews.