St Andrews & Taste of The Old Course

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Adult
from$115
Concession
from$105

Discover stunning Fife as you make your way to St Andrews, ‘The Home of Golf’. A fantastic day out with time to explore St Andrews' historic old town, take in the British Golf Museum and enjoy Afternoon Tea overlooking the famous Old Course. Sit back and enjoy some of Scotland’s finest tea and cakes while taking in the beautiful views.

Highlights

  • St Andrews, the Home of Golf with its Castle and Cathedral
  • The British Golf Museum
  • Falkland – used as 1940’s Inverness in Outlander
  • South Queensferry and Forth Bridge
  • Free Optional Walking Tour of St Andrews
  • Delicious Afternoon Tea overlooking the Old Course

Inclusions

  • Local Scottish Guide
  • Afternoon Tea Overlooking the Old Course
  • British Golf Museum Entry
  • Souvenir Map
  • Audio Guides available
  • Free Optional Walking Tour of St Andrews

 

'A TASTE OF SCOTLAND' AFTERNOON TEA

It’s time to have your cake and eat it. Enjoy the picture postcard views of the Old Course while you have a traditional Afternoon Tea including delectable sandwiches, pastries, scones and of course a pot of tea, in the British Golf Museum Café.

NB: Please advise us at the time of booking your tour of any specific dietary requirements so we can advise the chef.

BRITISH GOLF MUSEUM

Literally yards from the famous Old Course and home to over 500 years of golfing history, a visit is a must for any golf enthusiast. With 16,000 items, the museum has the most comprehensive golf collection in Britain, and one of the finest in the world.

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"We learned much more by going on a tour rather than trying to drive there, but we still had ample free time to explore. Highly recommended!"

Diane S, 2017

Itinerary


Departing Edinburgh at 08.45am we head to South Queensferry to stand under the imposing Forth Bridge and the new Queensferry Crossing opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 2017.Built in 1890, the Forth Bridge is one of Scotland’s greatest man-made landmarks and a UNESCO World Heritage Site with views over the Firth of Forth. Onwards we cross the water and travel on to Falkland, used in the filming of Outlander as 1940’s Inverness.

St Andrews is our destination for the afternoon with plenty of free time to explore this fascinating town. Home to Scotland’s oldest University and particularly renowned for its ancient golfing association, the town also boasts beautiful beaches and the famous ruins of its Castle and Cathedral. Whilst in St Andrews you will have the chance to join a free guided walking tour conducted by your tour guide.

Visit the British Golf Museum and be seated by friendly staff at the café with panoramic views of the Old Course where you follow the very best British tradition of ‘taking Afternoon Tea’.

Satisfied by plenty of tea, cakes and sandwiches, we then make our way back through the Kingdom of Fife returning to Edinburgh early evening at 5.30pm.

(Routes are subject to change)

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Tue
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BRITISH GOLF MUSEUM

Literally yards from the famous Old Course and home to over 500 years of golfing history, a visit is a must for any golf enthusiast. With 16,000 items, the museum has the most comprehensive golf collection in Britain, and one of the finest in the world.

Departure


Highland Explorer Tours Office

60 High Street (The Royal Mile)
Edinburgh
Scotland
EH1 1TB

Departure Time

Please check in at 08.30am for tour departure at 08.45am.

Return Time

Tour returns at 5.30pm.

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