Things to do

Things to do in St Andrews

Here are some other things to do in St Andrews after youhvae been on our food tour.

Our walking tour is unique to St Andrews.

It visits  five locations tasting locally sourced food and drink.

With the guide talking about the history of the area as you walk between venues.

For further information on the St Andrews food walking tours or to book click book button below.

Please contact us with any questions you may have.

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The Museum of St Andrews University displays some of the treasures from the University’s collection. But also has a wonderful a viewing terrace with panoramic views over St Andrews Bay. Free entry.

Things to do in St Andrews : Balgove Farm Shop

Balgove Farm Shop

There’s a keen focus on beef, game and pork from the estate, with a well-stocked meat and deli counter, with plenty of evidence of farm sourcing on the café menu. The shop is a showcase for local and countrywide Scottish produce.

Things to do in St Andrews : St Andrews Aquarium

St Andrews Aquarium

Nestled on St Andrews’ dramatic north facing cliffs, with stunning views of the famous west sands. Step through their doors and be transported into an underwater world of adventure and discovery.

St Andrews Museum

St Andrews Museum

The museum is situated in a Victorian mansion within the grounds of Kinburn Park. The long-term display, St Andrews A-Z, tells the story of the history of St Andrews through star objects and images from the Museum’s collections. Free entry.

St Andrews Cathedral

St Andrews Heart & Soul

A walking tour with a difference, gives you the history of St Andrews but takes you down some of the lanes of St Andrews many tours, don’t visit. Fergus has a wonderful knowledge of the local fauna and flora often growing in unusual places on the walk.

Things to do in St Andrews : Cookery Class St Andrews

Scottish Cookery Classes

Jenny Thomson has thrown open the doors of her family home to bring you a flavour of Scotland. Learn to cook some of Scotland’s favourite dishes on a 1/2 day cookery course. Which will include demonstrations, practical cookery, tuition and dining on what you have produced.