St Andrews Ghost Tours

St.Andrews ghost tours
St.Andrews History and Ghost stories

St Andrews Ghost Tours

Where the past merges with the present!
2pm and 7pm daily (Except Mondays & Bank holidays only)
Guided walks approx 1.5 miles, duration approx 75 minutes, from Church Square, South Street (by Holy Trinity Church). Tours finish at Cromars Fish and Chip Shop, East End Market Street.

Join us on an early afternoon or evening unique tour of historic St Andrews learning about its more elusive residents! Based on the local bestselling book Ghosts of St Andrews by Richard Falconer, St Andrews Ghost Tours is an unusual and informative visit to a great many haunted locations around the town, and features around 60 ghosts plus unpublished ghostly accounts. As you wander the old quarters of St Andrews learn about:

A 200 year old St Andrews Mystery!
The 14 phantom monks
The 10 locations of the phantom coach
The 8 ghostly ladies
The 5 famous Castle ghosts
The 3 ghastly skulls
The 2 ghostly golfers
The ghosts of the Cathedral ruins
Linskill & the subterranean passages
The phantom piper & the ghost ship!
Ghostly highland clansmen
Haunted houses, hotels and much more!

An authority on the subject of the paranormal, Richard has researched the town since 1987 and has recorded over 100 haunted locations. He says “there is an account or story to be found every few yards in St Andrews. This is why there are no ‘jumper ooters’ on these tours. There is so much going on here we leave that to the real ghosts! All in all this is why St Andrews is not only the home of Golf, it is also the home of Ghosts…so maybe it is your time to see one of the elusive residents of this historic old town…as you never know who or what you might encounter as each corner is turned!”

£10 Adults
£7 Children under 14,
£7 Students, Benefits, Pensions
Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult

£32 Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children under 14)
£36 Group Ticket (4 Adults)

Large group/bespoke bookings welcome.

Book here or for further details go to: Visit Scotland Tourist Information Centre, 70 Market Street or visit: