St Andrews Castle
On a headland to the north of St Andrews stand the ruins of the town’s castle, the main residence of the bishops and archbishops of St Andrews – the focal point of the Church in medieval Scotland. Today, explore the underground 16th-century siege mine and countermine, and the ‘bottle dungeon’. There is a visitor centre with exhibition and a children’s trail.
• In St Andrews on the A91 • Open all year • Admission: Adult £5.20 Child £2.60 Concessions £4.20 Joint ticket with the Cathedral: Adult £7.20 Child £3.60 Concessions £5.20 • VisitScotland grading ★★★★
Find out more about St Andrews Castle at historic-scotland.gov.uk
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