Venue DescriptionThe magnificent medieval ruins stand on a site used for Christian worship since the 8th century, when the relics of St Andrew were reputedly brought here. The cathedral dominated the religious establishment until the Protestant Reformation in 1560. Climb St Rule's Tower for a glorious view over the town.
Approach to site There are three entrances to the site, two from North Street and one from Gregory Place. The North Street entrance beside the war memorial has 10 stone steps, then a compacted gravel path to the Gregory Place gate. Thereafter access is over grass through the graveyard and around the site ruins. Visitor Centre The visitor centre is accessed over cut grass and a 100m section with narrow strips of concrete at the entrance. There is level access to the shop, and then 5 stone steps or a ramp leads to a display of carved stones. Please ask a steward to arrange ramped access to the displays. Monument St Andrews Cathedral is mainly on ground level though there are steps and raised thresholds throughout the grounds. There are many gravestones and other trip hazards surrounding the main walkways. St Rule’s Tower is reached by a narrow turnstile (48cm) requiring a token which is part of the admission price. There are narrow (69cm) and uneven spiral stairs leading to the top.
Access Statement Link: http://historicenvironment.scot/access
The nearest adapted toilet is about 350m away at St Andrews Castle.
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- Disabled Access
- Induction Loop
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