St Andrews Cathedral
The remains of what was Scotland’s largest and most magnificent church still show how impressive St Andrews Cathedral must have been in its prime. Its museum houses a collection of early and later medieval sculpture as well as other relics found on the site. Spectacular views from St Rule’s tower.
• In St Andrews on the A91 • Open all year • Admission: Adult £4.20 Child £2.10 Concessions £3.20 Joint ticket with the Castle: Adult £7.20 Child £3.60 Concessions £5.20 • VisitScotland grading ★★★★
Find out more about St Andrews Cathedral at historic-scotland.gov.uk
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Events at this venue
Martyrs, Masons and Monarchs
Join us at St Andrews Castle and St Andrews Cathedral to celebrate the Festival of Museums. Learn how stonemasons constructed medieval buildings, meet characters from the past, and handle real artefacts excavated by archaeologists.
Sun 20 May
Included in admission / 01334 472563
- 12:00 – 16:00
Reviews & features
St Andrews1 Jun 2009
The key to St Andrews lies not only in its beauty but in its accessibility from Scotland’s major cities. Jo Morgan gives us her guide to getting to know Scotland’s favourite coastal town.