St Andrews Museum

St Andrews Museum
Kinburn Park, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9DP
  • Telephone 01334 659380
  • Opening times Apr–Sep Mon–Sat 10.30am–4pm; Oct–Mar Wed–Sat 10.30am–4pm.
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  • Website www.fifedirect.org.uk/museums
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St Andrews Museum

An A–Z of St Andrews long and varied history, with rotating exhibitions in the upstairs Kinburn Gallery, plus a shop and café.

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St Andrews Museum is situated in a beautiful Victorian mansion within the grounds of Kinburn Park.

The long term display, St Andrews A-Z, is housed in the downstairs gallery. This tells the story of the history of St Andrews through star objects and images from the Museum's collections. The upstairs Kinburn Gallery features a programme of changing temporary exhibitions on a wide variety of topics. There is a programme of events and activities throughout the year.

The museum also has a shop and cafe.

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  • Provides: Free wi-fi

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A Brush with Colour: 20th Century Paintings from the Edinburgh School

After the success of the Glasgow Boys exhibition, the focus moves from east to west, this time looking at the work of the inter-war artists known as the Edinburgh School. The exhibition displays oils and watercolours by a number of well-known artists, including William Gillies, Anne Redpath, John Houston, Robin Philipson…

Thu 21 Sep

Free / 01334 659380

  • 10:30

Fri 22 Sep

Free / 01334 659380

  • 10:30

Sat 23 Sep

Free / 01334 659380

  • 10:30
…and 42 more dates until 4 Nov

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1. David Matthews22 Mar 2008, 9:32pm Report

I was invited to this wonderful presentation and exhibition and after a 12hour journey to see the opening preview I would recommend this exhibition to anyone who wishes to experience the rites of passage set within an historal context. Make sure that you take note and send some time on the wedding section of this exhibition as it allows you to see the differences within local cultural life of Fife (mainly the St. Andrews area) and the differences over time. This is a wonderful exhibition curated by students from the University of St. Andrews and shows that the heritage of the United Kingdom is safe within the hands of these people for generations to come.

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