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St Andrews Heritage Museum & Garden

A secluded sanctuary at the heart of St Andrews.

  • 4.6

  • from 59 Google reviews

A close up of a flower garden in front of a house
A close up of a flower garden in front of a house

About the garden

This secluded garden is a lovely place to relax and enjoy the sunshine. There are many beautiful plants and shrubs and the new wheelchair-friendly sensory garden offers a unique experience with areas to stimulate hearing, vision, touch and smell.

Opening times

St Andrews Hidden Gardens Event 27th June 2021 11AM-5PM Normal Opening: St Andrews Heritage Museum and Garden: Wednesday - Sunday 12PM - 4PM

Useful details

Garden area

0.1 Acres

Dog walking

No - Guide dogs only.

Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site

Family

Yes - Children of all ages.

Wheelchair access

Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).

Shops

None

Fife, KY16 9PW

Events available

Check local coronavirus guidance before you visit

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St Andrews Heritage Museum & Garden
Fife
KY16 9PW
Sat Nav Postcode
KY16 9PW
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Upcoming events

St Andrews Hidden Gardens Event 2022

Jun 26 Su 11:00-17:00

Tickets provide entry to all gardens included in the St Andrew Hidden Gardens event. These gardens include:

  • 46 South Street (car park entrance, Queen's Terrace)

  • 12 North Street (St Andrews Heritage Museum and Garden)

  • St Leonard's School

  • All Saints' Church Garden

  • 128 North Street (Guthrie Place entrance)

  • 128 North Street (North Street entrance)

-12 Greyfriars Garden

-15 South Street

-15 South Castle Street

-58 South Street

-Red Roofs, Abbey Close

More gardens to be confirmed soon!

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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 59 Google reviews

MJ J

8 months ago

5

must be smallest museum of heve been to, nice place which takes you instantly 100 years back 👌

John Tatum

11 months ago

5

Charming, fascinating and informative place. Friendly welcome and thoughtfully laid out displays. The garden was an added bonus.

Viet Hang Le

11 months ago

5

It's little but contains a good complex of living space to reflect the living of old community in St Andrews. Still a lot of facilities were reserved and exhibited in the place for a vivid demonstration.

WEN-HUI Helen CHUANG

6 months ago

5

Learned a lot in this small but amazing museum. There are heritages of dental sciences, medicine, natures and architecture. The staff here speaks a lot to make you understand the history of this place well.

Peter Fogiel

11 months ago

5

Excellent museum, well run and guides very informative. A beautiful garden too.

Contact the garden

01334 477629

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