Museums of the University of St Andrews
The University of St Andrews is Scotland's first university, founded in 1413. Like the University, its Museums are rooted in and draw inspiration from this 600-year history of research and teaching, and the pursuit of knowledge for the common good.
The Museums' collections are of national and international interest and importance and consist of around 115,000 artefacts and specimens.
Museum collections are featured at the Wardlaw Museum and the Bell Pettigrew Museum, stored and studied in a dedicated Collections Centre, displayed across the University campus, and lent for exhibition nationally and internationally.
From Monday 23 March, the Museums team will be bringing you #CultureAtHome and a whole host of weekly online workshops through Facebook and other interesting content through Instagram and Twitter, available to view wherever you are!
Coming soon to the Wardlaw Museum - Philip Colbert: The Death of Marat and the Birth of the Lobster
Find out more about our amazing collections and what's happening online by following our Museums Blog
Culture at Home brings you the best of art, history, science, research and collections in the University through online sessions!