Preservation Trust Museum, North Street
Photo: Jiye Lee
This venue is an 18th century Scottish town house which was restored in Arts & Crafts style in the early part of last century.
Initially used as a family home, it subsequently became the museum of St Andrews Preservation Trust, housing an eclectic variety of artefacts saved from the former shops of the town. Its upper room is used annually by StAnza and is a calm, light filled, welcoming space.
Disabled Access: We regret that the Preservation Trust Museum, which is a historic building, is not accessible to wheelchair users. Please ask door staff for assistance on the stairs if required.
Events: Exhibitions, inspire sessions.