The image top is of St Andrews Museum in
Kinburn House. The House is in a Park with a
Kinburn House was built in the 1850s for Dr
David Buddo who was a local from St Andrews
that had just retired from the Indian Medical
Service. He named the House after a Battle in
the Crimean War in the 1850s.
The House and Park were taken over by St
Andrews Town Council in 1920.
In 1991, the House was converted to serve as
the St Andrews Museum.
The Museum covers the history of St Andrews
from its early days when Pilgrims from all over
Scotland would travel to the huge St Andrews
Cathedral, largest Church in Scotland at that
Some Gruesome information covers locals of
St Andrews being Burned at the Stake for their
Religious Beliefs in the 1500s, and locals
Executed by Beheading in the 1600s with a Heavy
Axe with a short handle, said to be more
accurate than a long handle.