January 2021 Opening

With the recent news that Scotland will be moving to Tier 4 from Boxing Day, we have decided to open the Garden on weekends throughout January (2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th, 30th and 31st). Entry will be for those who live locally- please do not travel from elsewhere. Admission will be free for all!
 
We’ll have to reduce our offering whilst we’re in Tier 4, which means:
🌸 The gift shop will not be open
🌱 We will need to take some information when you arrive for the Test & Protect. This will be done outside, by the side window of the Gatehouse
🍂 The toilets will be closed
🌸 We can only accept card payments 
 
Please follow government guidance whilst visiting, this means that only locals should visit the garden and if you are meeting someone else in the garden, group sizes are restricted to two people from two households (under 12s are not counted the group size).
 
For the rest of the year our admission prices are:
 

Admission Prices (with/without gift aid)

Adult (18+)- £6.00/ £5.45
Concession (60+ or NHS worker) – £5.00/ £4.50
Under 18s and Students with valid student cards- FREE
Friends of St Andrews Botanic Garden- FREE

10% Discount on groups of 3 or more. To book a large group visit please email info@standrewsbotanic.org

On the First Friday of every month garden entry is free for everyone. In 2021 this will fall on the following days:

  • February 5th
  • March 5th
  • April 2nd
  • May 7th
  • June 4th
  • July 2nd
  • August 6th
  • September 3rd
  • October 1st
  • November 5th
  • December 3rd.

Sadly no pets allowed into the garden, except for registered assistance animals. 

New for this year: the Muddy Pass 

We are now offering a Muddy Pass which gives unlimited entry to garden for one household for December 2020, February and March 2021. It costs £14 and is available to buy from the garden. 

Opening Hours

October- March: 10am-4pm
April- September: 10am- 6pm

 Please note that are present our glasshouses and tea-room are not open. For the full implications of COVID-19 on the garden see here.