The British Golf Museum, originally constructed in the 1990s, is built on a restricted footprint and buried beneath Bow Butts. The success of the museum, a 5 star Visit Scotland facility and a recognised collection of national significance, has put pressure on the limited non-exhibit accommodation. The museum aspires to extend the building to provide space for a new entrance, reception and retail space and a rooftop cafe taking advantage of the extensive views of St Andrews Bay and the West Sands. The cafe will also allow the museum to host lectures, events and educational visits for local schools.
The British Golf Museum
ST ANDREWS KY16 9AB
Angela Howe, Museum Director, British Golf Museum
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