Things to do in St Andrews
MUSA displays to the public some of the amazing treasures from the University's collection of over 112,000 artefacts. The Museum is located on the Scores in St Andrews and is home to St Salvator's Mace, which is still used in Graduation and Welcome ceremonies to this day. The museum has four galleries, a 'Learning Loft' and a viewing terrace with stunning panoramic views over St Andrews Bay. MUSA also regularly hosts events for both children and adults; explore 'What's On' on the website for further details.
What better place to learn about the 500-year history of golf, than at this museum located in St. Andrews, the "home of golf," located on the West Sands next to the Old Course and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club.
Just two miles from the centre of St Andrews lies Craigtoun Country Park; a beautiful haven with mature trees, shrub and grass areas, as well as a modern children's play area. Craigtoun Country Park is free to enter, although certain activities inside the park now charge an entrance fee.