The best way to experience the beauty and history of St Andrews local heritage is to come along to the Museum and have a wander around. Our opening days and times vary with the seasons, so please check our homepage before you travel. Guided tours of the museum can be booked by calling
Arriving by bus, train or taxi
The 92 Bus goes from Leuchars Railway Station to Union Street. The bus timetable and stops can be found here: https://moffat-williamson.co.uk/timetable/service-92-mon-sat
The 99 and 42 Bus Services also travel regularly from Leuchars Railway Station to St Andrews Bus Station.
The 9B service, which only travels within St Andrews, frequents the closest bus stop to the museum on North Street. The bus timetable and stops can be found here: https://moffat-williamson.co.uk/timetable/service-9B
All buses are accessible and can accommodate one wheelchair.
The nearest railway station is Leuchars station approximately 8 miles from the Museum.
Taxis are available at the station. If you require an accessible taxi, we suggest you book this in advance.
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 about getting to the museum is available in our Accessibility Statement.
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. There are two disabled parking bays directly opposite the museum. Please check local street signage for parking charges.
Wheelchair access to the museum garden can be arranged by either filling in our pre-booking form, emailing email@example.com, or calling us on 01334 477629 to arrange. Unfortunately, the interior of the museum building is not fully accessible to wheelchair users and those with limited mobility. There is also limited space for prams. For further details and a layout of the building, please check our Accessibility Page.