St Andrews Preservation Trust Museum

A local history museum at the east end of North Street, St Andrews, located in a 17th-century pantiled house. Displays include reconstructions of 19th-century grocer's and chemist's shops, furniture, photographs and paintings. The museum was established by the St Andrews Preservation Trust which was founded in 1937 to secure the preservation of the amenities and historic character of St. Andrews.

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