Make sure you visit both the Castle and Cathedral, visiting the former first. The Cathedral is a wonderful experience and lies in the centre of St Andrews. As in previous reviews, park at the world famous harbour and sample the coastal walk en route to the attraction.
The Cathedral is a spectacle visit and one our children tremendously enjoyed. Our children appreciated the Roman and Celtic artifacts in the visitor centre and the graveyard gave a ghostly feel. The flat tower is not for the faint hearted with its 80ft spiral staircase climb and subsequent decent - however, the views at the top are extraordinary across St Andrews, Fife and the North Sea were exceptional. We used the Historic Scotland membership but prices were accessible and reasonable in line with other local attractions.
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