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Visiting St Andrews July 2017

My wife and I will be visiting  St Andrews in July we are seniors and can walk short distances but are looking for things to do that won't require long walks. Museums and festivals are good but there should be seats available. Our Son and his wife have a flat fore the summer and we will stay with them.Any Ideas would be appreciated. We are members of the local Seniors Club in Edmonton  and enjoy  playing floor Shuffleboard.

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  • VisitScotlandJulieVisitScotlandJulie Member, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff
    Hello @38bob_

    St Andrews Museum will be worth a visit, as will the British Golf Museum and St Andrews Cathedral. Please drop by and say hello at the iCentre in St Andrews - our local advisors can help you make the most of your visit.

    If you are in St Andrews on the 30th of July, the local Highland Games takes place 1pm-5pm. The what's on page for events and festivals in St Andrews for July  will help you keep an eye on other events of interest too.


  • FofomaFofoma Member ✭✭✭
    Hi @38bob_ Take a trip on the 95(Leven) bus to Crail...it's a lovely little harbour and very compact so not much walking required. It also goes to Anstruther where you can get fantastic Fish & Chips and visit the Fisheries Museum. You can also take a boat trip out to the Isle of May for a bit of wildlife spotting!
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