The University of St Andrews Museums' Collection reflects more than 600 years of academic enquiry, creativity and invention.  Today the collections contain over 115,000 objects, specimens and artworks.

The collections include three named Recognised Collections of National Significance: the Chemistry, Heritage (including art) and Scientific Instrument collections.  The other collections cover Anatomy and Pathology, Ethnography, Geology, Psychology and Zoology.

You can find out more about our collections by visiting one of our museums, searching our online database or making an appointment to visit the Collections Centre.