Bell Pettigrew Museum

Location: Bell Pettigrew Museum, Bute Building (Entrance Door C), St Mary’s Quadrangle, off South St, St Andrews KY16 9TS

The Bell Pettigrew Museum is the University's zoology museum. It is a rare survival of a Victorian teaching museum, and wonderfully atmospheric with its original cases, and superb mosaic floor. The museum displays are arranged to illustrate the evolutionary and taxonomic relationships between species. There are examples of several extinct species, including the dodo, moa, Tasmanian wolf and St Kilda house-mouse and items of special scientific interest.
www.st-andrews.ac.uk/museum/bellpettigrew/

Disabled Access: The museum is located on the ground floor and is accessible for wheelchair users. Accessible parking is available at Door C, with vehicle access from Queen’s Terrace.

Events: Musings@MUSA