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St Andrews Castle is the ruins of the castle of the Archbishops of St Andrews, dating in part from the 13th century. On a headland to the north of St Andrews stand the ruins of the city's castle, the main residence of the bishops and archbishops of...more
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St. Andrews Castle The Scores, St Andrews KY16 9AR, Scotland
This is called St. Andrew's Castle, but it's really just the shell of where it used to be. It sits right on the Atlantic and when we were there it was a rainy, foggy day, which just added to the mystique of this location. I...More
St Andrews Castle is more picturesque from the outside than the inside. From the St Andrews’ Pier it juts boldly out into the water; from the famous St Andrews Cathedral, it beacons alluringly; from the seaside walk to the entry, it presents a handsome, inviting...More
Making a quick trip to see a friend on St Andrews Day, we strolled into this museum and coastal ruins. A great spot close to the centre of town to explore and look back along the gorgeous coastline.
We were luckily as it was a...More
My husband and myself really enjoyed the castle weather could of been better we really enjoyed the underground tunnel my husband and myself couldn't stop laughing as tunnel got smaller then down some ladders tunnel opened up the staff were very friendly
Though the castle is a ruin, the visitor’s center provides a great overview of the history and the signs and self guided tour detail of the events shaping the Scottish reformation. A must see for those interested in history. Recommend.
Since we were up this end of town and this was on the same street as our hotel ,we went in. We had just finished the cathedral ruins. It was almost closing time when we got here. The castle ruins are small, but 'ok'. There...More