St Andrews Preservation Trust

Winter Talks 2022 – Jane Claydon: Old Tom’s Forgotten Course and Other Stories

St Leonards Audiorium The Pends, St Andrews

For you golf fanatics, Jane Claydon will be guiding us through St. Leonard’s 9 hole course and the people who played it. See how people played back in the day and how they lived. Be a part of the long tradition of golf’s birthplace and have a look!

£3 – £5

Spring Fair 2022

Enjoy the efforts of our community with teas, cakes, arts and crafts, spring time garden games and more in the Museum garden. Entry by donation.

Volunteer Drive

St Andrews Preservation Trust Museum 12 North Street, St Andrews, Scotland

On the 27th of May at 13:00 we are holding a volunteer drive. This drive will provide tea and coffee to those who are interested in volunteering with the Trust.We are looking for Museum Guides, Collections Assistant, Garden Volunteers and more!   If you're interested, please come along or email us on trust@stapt.org.uk

 ‘So you think you know your history?’ – A comedic history of St Andrews

St Andrews Play Club presents: ‘So you think you know your history?’, a series of historically (inaccurate!) themed comedic plays about the history of St Andrews. Laugh and learn about the origins of the city, the tradition of golf and of the university, and they're followed by a drinks reception. This fundraising event will seeContinue reading " ‘So you think you know your history?’ – A comedic history of St Andrews"

Garden Readings: Finding Inspiration Through Fife Folklore

Hosted by the Byre Writers, enjoy readings in the peace and tranquility of  the Museum garden at 14:00. Entry is free, so reserve your place at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/finding-inspiration-through-fife-folklore-tickets-221984420377

Hidden Gardens

The much anticipated Hidden Gardens is back for another year, and the green-fingered folk of St Andrews have opened up their gardens for all to see! We have 12 locationsContinue reading "Hidden Gardens"

Autumn Fair

Enjoy the book sales, homemade jams and chutneys, and homemade teas we all know and love this Autumn in the St Andrews Heritage Museum and Garden.