St Andrews: sleepy little medieval town or hub of controversy? Some of the biggest events in Scottish history have taken place here: executions, assassinations, religious schisms, royal romances (hint: we're not talking about Prince William), sieges. And golf.
Welcome to St Andrews. We can't wait to share it with you.
Due to guide availability, there will be no tours on Saturday the 26th May, Sunday the 27th of May, Friday the 1st of June, Saturday the 2nd of June, Sunday the 3rd of June and Saturday the 9th of June. We apologise for the inconvenience.
No, you do not have to pay. Your guide will invite voluntary donations at the end of the tour. We leave it up to you to decide what the tour was worth.
The route is a little over a mile which includes a couple of slightly steeper pavements and some steps. However, there are lots of stops and the guide will always go at the pace of the group and adapt to your ability.
Short of Hurricane Bawbags, the show (or the tour) will go on.
There is nothing unsuitable for children, let's put it that way. However you know your child best and will know whether they are likely to be interested in an hour and a half history tour.
We are happy to arrange private tours and can adapt our regular tours to suit your needs and interests. Just drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how we can make your 'Outlander'-themed hen party horror tour extravaganza happen.
Tours meet at the bike rack at the junction of The Scores and Golf Place, just beside the Hamilton Grand.
From the Old Course, the British Golf Museum and the Martyrs' Monument.
From the Bus Station.