The St Andrews Heritage Museum strives to make all visitors feel welcome. This page has information on current access provisions.
The museum building has several access limitations. However, we are currently taking measures to improve accessibility and create a truly inclusive space. Further information can be found in our accessibility
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Where to Find Us
The museum is located at 12 North Street, St Andrews, KY16 9PW. There is a mixture of paved and cobbled surfaces in St Andrews, but the majority of North Street is paved.
Wheelchair access to the garden is arranged through the museum side entrance located through 25 South Castle Street. To arrange wheelchair access, please fill in our pre-booking form. See our ‘Wheelchair Access’ section below.
The nearest train station to St Andrews is Leuchars. Taxis and buses are available from this station to St Andrews. If you require an accessible taxi, we recommend booking in advance. All buses are accessible and can accommodate one wheelchair.
You can plan journey by car or public transport using https:/ /www.traveline.info/ simply enter your postcode and ours, which is KY16 9PW, to get directions.
Further detailed information on getting to the museum is available in the Accessibility Statement.
If you would like to inform us of any access requirements, please fill in the below pre-booking form and provide any details. We will accommodate requests as best we can.
Book your Visit
Wheelchair access to the museum garden and outdoor areas can be arranged through notifying the museum with our pre-booking form. Access is provided through a small ramp around the side entrance. A wheelchair can also be borrowed upon request.
The internal museum space is currently inaccessible to wheelchairs, but we will be addressing these limitations through our museum redevelopment project. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01334477629 to arrange access.
Assistance and Therapy Animals
Assistance and Therapy Animals are welcome. Puppies in training are welcome. A drinking bowl for animals is provided.
We have a large print museum guide leaflet, available at the front desk upon request.
A selection of braille signage is available in the museum garden. Unfortunately, there is a lack of braille signage throughout the museum building, but we are looking to increase braille signage through the museum redevelopment.
Blue badge holders can park in two disabled parking bays directly opposite the museum. Free on-street parking is available at the east end of North Street from the Younger Hall to the Cathedral, along the Scores, and down the Pends. Please check local street signage for parking charges.
- Sensory backpacks are currently being developed at the museum, to improve the museum experience for people with additional support needs. Once these have been developed, they will be available from the museum front desk and can be booked in advance.
- The museum will be undergoing a major redevelopment in 2024, which will make the ground floor and garden fully accessible. We have been engaging in consultation to increase as much access as possible.
We’re always trying our best to make sure that everyone can access the museum. Read our Accessibility Statement and see how we can make your visit easier.
The St Andrews Preservation Trust is committed to conforming to an AA standard of accessibility as detailed by Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1),
This site has been developed using Elementor and is hosted to WordPress. All HTML and CSS is compliant with WCAG 2.1. We strive to ensure that all content of this website is accessible to all, this might not always be possible.
If you are experiencing any accessibility issues, please contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 01334 477629 and we’ll do everything possible to ensure that all can enjoy this site, regardless of disability