When you’re visiting a place for the first time, many people choose to add themselves on to tours to see certain parts of the town or to find out more about specific key areas of the surroundings they find themselves in. This blog post features three of the most reviewed tours in St Andrews.
Eden Mill makes for a wonderful trip. Whether you’re a visitor, new to the town or you’ve been here for years, we’d thoroughly recommend Eden Mill. This independent brewery and distillery is the only combined brewery/distillery in the whole of Scotland and is a focal point of many people’s visits. Eden Mill tours take you through the history of the site, the brewing and distilling processes and offer you a tasting of six beers or gins at the end of your tour. Tours are available seven days a week, but these do get very booked up so many sure you’ve booked beforehand to avoid disappointment.
Scotland is famous for its whiskey, and you’ll find no place more knowledgeable about our whiskey history than Kingsbarns Distillery. The distillery has three types of tour available dependent on your whiskey interest; so don’t worry if you’re not a whiskey expert – they’ve got a tour for that! You can book by phoning up, booking online or just turning up, but we’d always recommend booking beforehand to avoid disappointment.
Ghost & Vampire Tours
If you’re in the mood to be spooked, this is the tour for you! This combined history and ghost walking tour of St Andrews features forgotten history and unpublished ghostly accounts. These ghastly tours are much researched and based on the local bestselling book by Richard Falconer; Ghost Of St Andrews. The tour lasts a total of one hour and thirty minutes. We suggest going in the evening for an extra scary experience! The tours run seven days per week and are available to book online.