Visit - Cafe and Shop Open. Galleries re-opening Summer 2021

Our Shop and Café are open from 30th April! We will open 5 days a week Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 09:30-17:00 and Sundays 10:00 - 16:00. We are doing everything we can to make your visit as safe and enjoyable as possible. All the safety measures we are taking are in line with Government advice and are in place to minimise risk to our visitors and our team. Our Shop and Café are operating a one-way system, and there are separate entry and exit points. In line with government guidelines we will not be allowed to have queues inside the building. If we are too busy for you to enter, we really hope you will visit us again soon. To enter the building for the Cafe and Shop, please use the main entrance doors on the ground level. Proceed up the stairs to the Cafe and our team will be there to welcome you. Our lift is for use of customers with accessibility issues only. If you are able to, please leave the Cafe via the terrace door and down the terrace steps. Again, if you need the lift, please use this for exiting and one of our friendly team members will be there to help you and ensure this happens in a safe manner on the day. Shop customers enter and exit safely through the main entrance on ground level. You are politely requested to wear a face covering inside the building (exemptions excluded). If you are visiting our Café, once seated, you can remove your facemasks. Upon entering the building, you are politely requested to use the hand sanitiser provided and also before touching any products, surfaces and handrails. Perspex screens have been fitted at all our till points. All team members are trained in COVID-secure procedures. In our Shop, if you can, please minimise your contact with the merchandise on display. Our team members will be on hand if you have any questions about products or want any help. Card payments only are currently accepted, for the safety of both our customers and staff in the Shop and Café. A strict ongoing cleaning routine is in place throughout to help the safety of customers and staff. Social distancing is also in place and please be aware that a member of our team will, where necessary, politely ask that this is adhered to for your safety. Signage is in place throughout the shop reminding you to social distance. If you are unsure of anything, please just ask. Our friendly team is here to help and even though we will be wearing masks, we are still smiling just the same.

Summer Hours

Daily
09:30 - 17:00 Closed Monday & Tuesday
Sundays
10:00 - 16:00

Winter Hours

Daily
-
Sundays
-

Our operating hours are now slightly different - We are open 5 days a week from Friday 30th April, Wednesday - Sunday, closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Please note The Shop and Cafe will open at 10:00 on Wednesday 16th June.

Finding us

The museum is a 5 minute walk from the town centre and is situated directly opposite The Royal and Ancient Clubhouse. There is a large car park behind the museum, operated by Fife Council and a coach drop off point. It is FREE to park in the car park from November to March.

British Golf Museum

Bruce Embankment

St Andrews

Fife

KY16 9AB

Tel: 01334 460046

Wheelchair access

  • Disabled parking
  • Baby changing facilities
Map of St Andrews showing location of the British Golf Museum

Getting to St Andrews

Map of Scotland showing the location of St Andrews
  • Rail

    There is no railway station in St Andrews. The nearest railway station to St Andrews is Leuchars (5 miles) on the main line from London King's Cross via Edinburgh, or Aberdeen.

    Train time schedules are available at: National Rail Enquiries

  • Bus

    National bus services

    Stagecoach offer a number of services to and from St Andrews. For more details see: Stagecoach in Fife

    Local bus services

    There are a number of bus services in St Andrews and to and from Leuchars railway station. See: Bus timetables

  • Car

    From Edinburgh & Glasgow: follow signs for Forth Road Bridge. Take the A92 towards Kirkcaldy & Glenrothes. Follow signs for Cupar & St Andrews. From the North: follow signs for Dundee, then St Andrews. When you arrive in St Andrews follow signs for the British Golf Museum.

Did you know?

In 1869, Tom Morris Junior beat his father, Old Tom, by three strokes to win The Open Championship.