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Tee off your visit to St Andrews at one of the most iconic golf locations in the world. The British Golf Museum is just 67 yards from the 1st Tee of the famous Old Course. Discover over 500 years of golf history, exclusive shopping and a wonderful...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
St Andrews Bruce Embankment, St Andrews KY16 9AB, Scotland
All reviews cafe upstairs spent nearly historical items on display lots of interesting facts nice gift shop worth the entry fee scones open championship soups worth a visit rainy day two hours west sands tom morris visiting st memorabilia
I visited this museum with my wife daughter and grandson. My daughter and her son do not play golf but still found it entertaining as it had lots of interactive things for kids. I found it very interesting as I love the history of golf...More
My hubby was in his element reading about his idols, inspecting the displays and generally being in the midst of golfing history. A small museum packed with information about the origins and development of golf.
If you're a golfer this is a wonderful museum. Lots of interesting & well displayed history of golf. If you're not a golfer, I'm sure there still is lots of interesting facts for you too. Well laid out, staff helpful.
Just across the street from...More
I'm a golfer so this was a must visit for me in St. Andrews, but the wife who is not a golfer also thoroughly enjoyed this museum. It is quite a nice set of exhibits on golf, with a lot of emphasis on history of...More
I have a limited interest in golf and even less knowledge about it, but even I quite enjoyed this place. The staff were friendly, helpful and answered even the dumbest of my questions! The tickets last you for two days which makes it a pretty...More
We visited the British Museum of Golf after our round at the Old Course. We really enjoyed it and learned a great deal. It is interactive, but does require a lot of reading... or you can just skim what you are interested in. I loved...More
A visit to the home of golf is not complete without visiting the golf museum. You don't need to be a keen golfer to enjoy this museum. There are lots of interesting displays and
old memorabilia. It's very good value for money. Plenty for the...More