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  • St Andrews: Ghost Walking Tour

    1. St Andrews: Ghost Walking Tour

    Get a unique introduction to the landmarks of St. Andrews on an entertaining and informative walking tour. Join an acclaimed author and authority on the paranormal to learn the ghostly history of what is said to be one of the most haunted cities in the world. Join historian Richard Falconer, who has written three books spanning five decades of research. Learn a wealth of lost or forgotten history alongside many published and unpublished supernatural experiences. Marvel at the monuments from the outside, including the first university in Scotland, where Prince William met Kate, and the haunted dwellings of Mary Queen of Scots. Discover the most haunted road in Scotland, and see the eerie ruins of the cathedral and Archbishop's Palace. Described as a must-do experience in St. Andrews, these informative and entertaining tours are available 7 days a week at multiple times.

    Thoroughly enjoyed our tour with Richard. He's extremely knowledgeable and full of fascinating stories. It was really eye opening and will certainly be keeping our eyes peeled during the rest of our stay. Highly recommend!

  • St Andrews: Guided Walking Tour

    2. St Andrews: Guided Walking Tour

    In this 2-hour leisurely and family-friendly tour, you'll see all of the main sights of St Andrew's town, whilst learning about its history and the unique culture that still stands today. From golf ties, royal family connections and of course, the world-class University - you'll see it all! See St Andrews' Cathedral and Castle, The Old Course, The University of Saint Andrews, St. Salvator's Chapel, and many more hidden gems too. Each guide has their own unique stories about the town so each tour is unique in it's own way.

    Interesting and informative. Great way to see the main attractions around St Andrews

  • St Andrews: 90-Minute Historical Walking Tour

    3. St Andrews: 90-Minute Historical Walking Tour

    Discover the best of St Andrews on this walking tour and immerse yourself in the city's unique history and beauty in the company of a professional historian/author guide. During the tour, admire the beauty of the city's prestigious university and learn more about its history as the 'Home of Golf'. You can even see the graves of some former golfing greats in the Cathedral grounds. Listen to your guide as he explains over 1000 years of St Andrews' history, from the rise and fall of the Catholic church to the Reformation and beyond, with Kings and Queens including Mary Queen of Scots, and up to the present with Hollywood stars and royalty mingling with the town's people. In 1879, some 320 years following the disappearance of St Andrews' priceless artifacts, Councillor William Linskill had a notion that the Cathedral's great treasures were still here. On the basis of a discovery at the Pal...

    Most informative guided tour thank to our very knowledgable and friendly guide. He was very helpful indeed, answering all our questions and letting us walk at our own (slow!) pace. Most enjoyable experience.

  • St. Andrews: Golf History Tour

    4. St. Andrews: Golf History Tour

    After meeting your guide outside the Russell Hotel you will hear about the Martyrs Monument, the alleged former site of the 1st tee. Situated by the British Golf Museum this is the site of a former quarry where you will hear about what lies beneath, including its significance when golf was banned in the 1400s. You'll then head across to the Royal and Ancient Clubhouse and the famed Old Course, where you will hear about some of the quarks of the game which have shaped its remarkable history. You'll then pass along the route of an old "19th hole" which was once frequented by Bing Crosby and was also renamed "1 Nike Place" for a week during the 2015 Open Championships. Following that, visit the Dunvegan Hotel where you can admire its many golfing photos. You will then see the former birthplace of Old Tom Morris before heading into the quadrangle of St. Salvator’s College to learn about Sco...

    Richard was enthusiastic and very knowledgeable about St Andrews and it’s history.

  • St. Andrews: Sightseeing Walking Tour

    5. St. Andrews: Sightseeing Walking Tour

    Following author and historical expert Richard Falconer, learn the history of St. Andrews while exploring the major historic quarters of the city. Visit St. Andrews Cathedral, St. Andrews Castle, Scotland's oldest university, and the Old Course. Set with the backdrop of Fife’s rolling hills, dramatic cliffs, thundering seas, long golden sands, and medieval buildings, discover an incredible wealth of treasures in St. Andrews with your expert guide. As you explore, discover the history and stories of the city. Visit St. Andrews Links, known as The Home of Golf, and learn about Old Course, the most prestigious golf course in the world. Hear about royalty through the ages from Pictish kings to Mary, Queen of Scots, to Prince William and Kate. Then, learn about the Scottish inventor of the kaleidoscope that lost out on millions here. Whatever your interests, this is a great way for anyone...

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What people are saying about St Andrews

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 38 reviews

Most informative guided tour thank to our very knowledgable and friendly guide. He was very helpful indeed, answering all our questions and letting us walk at our own (slow!) pace. Most enjoyable experience.

Interesting and informative. Great way to see the main attractions around St Andrews

Richard was enthusiastic and very knowledgeable about St Andrews and it’s history.

Great tour and learned a lot about the history of St Andrews , well worth it

Excellent tour with knowledgeable guide. Lovely chap too.