St Andrews Cathedral And St Rule's Tower (Historic Scotland)
St Andrews Cathedral And St Rule's Tower
The remains of the largest cathedral in Scotland, and of the associated domestic ranges of the priory. The precinct walls are particularly well preserved.
The Cathedral Museum houses an outstanding collection of early and later medieval sculpture and other relics found on the site, including the magnificent St Andrews Sarcophagus of Pictish date.
St Rule’s Tower, in the precinct, is part of the first church of the Augustinian canons at St Andrews built in the early 12th century. There are splendid views from the top.
Museum, Sacred space
April 1 To September 30: Monday To Sunday
09:30 To Last Entry 18:00 (closes At 18:30)
October 1 To March 31: Monday To Sunday
09:30 To Last Entry 15:45 (closes 16:30)
Joint Ticket With The Castle Available: Adult £4.00 Child £1.25 Concession £3.00.
Please note: Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.