Visit us and see the fabulous Brushstrokes exhibition, featuring amazing works from the paintings, prints and drawings in the Fife collection. This exhibition had terrific feedback from visitors when it was on display at Kirkcaldy Galleries in 2022 and we can’t wait to share it with you in St Andrews.
It’s all going on at St Andrews Museum - a stunning Victorian mansion nestled in the grounds of Kilnburn Park. We have a lively series of temporary exhibitions and a regular programme of talks, concerts and children’s workshops. So sorry! Our cafe is temporarily closed but please come in and enjoy our history of St Andrews, our shop and our warm space.
Free admission and Wifi - a great day out for the whole family that's both educational and fun!
St Andrews A - Z Exhibition
Explore the town’s fascinating past as a centre of Scottish and global culture through an amazing collection of displays, objects and images. They help to tell its story from the 12th century to its current day incarnation as a major university hub and the spiritual home of golf.
Among the many new objects on show are a hoard of medieval coins found in St Andrews. These were acquired in 2018, with funding from the National Fund for Acquisitions, through the Treasure System, which ensures that artefacts of archaeological and historical significance are preserved in public collections.
Also on show is a magnificent embroidered banner created in 1823 for the Thistle and Rose Lodge of the Free Gardeners Society, St Andrews.
Other new exhibits include a St Andrews board game featuring well-known businesses from 2002, and a beer bottle designed by local artist Susan McGill for the first beer brewed in town for more than 100 years by the St Andrews Brewing Company in 2014.
Museum-goers can see a new display of precious mementoes linked to the 1st Independent Polish Parachute Brigade, formed in Fife during the Second World War.
Did you know you can view some of St Andrew’s Museum’s art collection on the Art UK website?
Crafted Selves: The Unfinished Conversation (open until 24 February)
Curated by Cat Dunn and programmed by Fife Contemporary, the upcoming exhibition Crafted Selves: The Unfinished Conversation showcases the work of thirteen Scotland based artists exploring dual identities in their work. For more information visit our the website here.
Transport and Parking
Public Parking Nearby
Accessible Parking Or Drop-off Point
Lift or stairlift
Ramp to main entrance
Baby Changing Facilities
Public Toilet Facilities
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