St. Andrew’s : More Than Golf
St. Andrew's Cathedral
When you think of impressive churches in Scotland you probably think of St. Andrews cathedral which is the largest and most magnificent medieval church in Scotland. Built in 1158, St. Andrews cathedral was once the centre of the medieval Catholic church. The relics of St. Andrew are said to have been brought there. Sadly it has been ruined in the Scottish revolution in 1600, however, the ruins are currently a monumentum in the custody of Historic Scotland which allow you to travel back in time and experience a close up of Scottish history.
At One with Nature
Did you know you could meet Bambi in Scotland? In the Scottish deer centre, an award-winning visitor attraction you and your kids can see 13 different species of deer and other animals such as wolves, lynx and the Scottish wildcat. Their newest arrival is the European brown bear. You can expand your knowledge about wildlife in daily feeding talks and watch amazing Falconry shows. Your kids can enjoy the outside playing areas or have a go-kart race after the tour.
Have you ever wondered what a secret bunker looked like? Here is your chance to visit Scotland’s secret bunker which was kept secret for 40 years and only opened for public 24 years ago. Hidden under an innocent Scottish farmhouse lies the secret bunker which was built in the event of a nuclear war. It's the size of two football pitches so there is a lot to experience for adventurers every age.
If you travel with kids you know that it can sometimes be hard to keep them entertained, but don’t worry we have found the perfect place for the whole family. A farm where you can not only buy the freshest organic food and relax in the café but also keep your kids entertained with plenty of activities such as grass sledging, pottering and a fantastic indoor play barn.
Muddy boots farm was founded in 1950 and got its first farm shop in 2004 and has continued to expand over the years.
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