ST ANDREWS, KY16 9QL
The cathedral was the largest in Scotland, and is now an extensive ruin. The remains date mainly from the 12th and 13th centuries, and large parts of the precinct walls have survived intact. Close by is St Rule's church, which the cathedral was built to replace. St Rule's probably dates from before the Norman Conquest, and is considered the most interesting Romanesque church in Scotland.
Tel: 01334 472563
Annual year ticket to cathedral £4.50 (ch £2.70, concessions £3.60); annual ticket to cathedral & castle £7.20 (ch £4.40, concessions £5.80)
Open all year daily, Apr-Sep 9.30-5.30
Oct-Mar 9.30-4.30 (last entry 30mins before closing). St Rule's tower closes at 3pm Dec-Jan. Closed 25-26 Dec. Please call for New Year opening times
St Rule's Tower not accessible to wheelchair users, some areas of visitor centre only accessible via steps
Disabled toilets accessed by token available from cathedral shop