Murray Medal winner Oliver Gorman takes a deep dive into the modernisation of St Andrews for our Annual Lecture, and how a contest over mussel scalps helped to shape theContinue reading “Annual Lecture: “The Best Pompeii in Scotland” – Presented by Oliver Gorman”
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Art and Craft Sale
Our popular annual sale of locally made arts and crafts. Shop local and help support local artists and makers, with a percentage of all proceeds being donated to the TrustContinue reading “Art and Craft Sale”
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
‘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 aboutContinue reading ” ‘So you think you know your history?’ – A comedic history of St Andrews”
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.
Winter Talks 2022 – Dr Robin Evetts: Mainard the Fleming and the Early Development of St Andrews
Why was St Andrews built in its iconic wedge shape? Come down to see Dr Robin Evetts speak about how the town was planned and built by Mainard the Fleming, and learn how Mainard’s foresight helped to preserve the historic buildings of St Andrews which give it such a unique character.
Winter Talks 2022 – Jane Claydon: Old Tom’s Forgotten Course and Other Stories
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!