Information on golf courses in St Andrews. 7 courses are open to the public and can be booked or for the Old entered for in “The Ballot” directly on this site.

The official website for the museum.

Good website if you want to plan a golf tour in Scotland.

Believed to be the oldest 9 hole club in the world. Open to non members.

Established in 1879 and now a conventional 18, the original 6 hole course was designed by Tom Morris.


For general information on St Andrews, attractions, history and events.

Maps and history of the town.

This is a wonderful website for discovering more undiscovered areas in the area.

This night time walking tour relives the history and legends of St.Andrews.

Gives information of guided walks around St.Andrews.


This has information on seafood restaurants and where to buy seafood in Fife.

Look up this website to find a place to eat in St Andrews.

Dates and times for the St.Andrews farmers market where local produce is sold. It is held on the 1st Saturday of each month in Argyle Street.


Located near West Sands beach. Visit the seals, sharks, piranha – good for a rainy day.

St Andrews cinema on South Street.

East Sands Leisure centre – pool, gym and café.

Byre Theatre – have a look at their website to find out what plays and performances are on. They usually have matinee performances in the school holidays for children and a varied selection for adults.

Cupar leisure centre which has a swimming pool, gym and fitness classes.

Indoor soft play area with café suitable for younger children.

Beautiful pottery in Ceres making the traditional Wemyss ware.

Discover the twilight world of the Government Cold War.

The Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre has art exhibitions on throughout the year and a cinema that often shows more unusual European films.

For the two Dundee swimming pools.

Science centre for children (fun for adults too).

Dundee’s ice skating arena.

Visit Discovery Point to learn about the history of the ship Discovery and Captain Scott’s remarkable expedition to the Antarctic.


This is a great place for a family picnic/walk or for plant lovers.

This website will give you the cycle routes in and around Fife.

Craigtoun Country Park – great for a family day out with boats, train, and exciting play area.

4×4 driving, quad bikes and laser clay shooting situated on the Crail road coming out of St.Andrews.

Horse riding lessons and hacks.

Edenside Stables – Horse riding just outside St Andrews
+44 (0) 1334 839592

To obtain maps where there are many routes of varying difficulty.

The website for The Scottish Deer Centre where you can see different species of deer, falconry, treetop walk, children’s indoor and outdoor play area.

Pick your own fruit, play area and fun yard, mega maze and tearooms.

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