Say hello to the Stables Visitor Centre! The home of Cambo Heritage Trust and gateway to Cambo Gardens.
contact detailsTel: 01333 450313
The Stables Visitor Centre opened in October 2017 following a sensitive restoration and redevelopment of Stables dating from 1760’s by Page/Park Architects, supported by a huge number of funder and donors including Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic Environment Scotland.
The Visitor Centre houses a heritage exhibition, the Tack Room Shop selling crafts and gifts by local makers and Cambo grown flowers, plants and produce. Our south carriage house the café which is open daily from 10am serving vegetarian and vegan friendly food linked to our edible garden programme.
Free nature play area, woodland walks, heritage exhibition, crafts, cards and gifts by local makers, Cambo grown flowers, plants and produce.
Visitor Centre and gardens open daily 10am – 5pm
Entry to the Walled Garden, and the Winter and Prairie gardens is £5.50 for adults, except for carers and children under 16, where entry is free. The nature play area, woodland walks and heritage exhibition are also free. To enjoy free access to Cambo Gardens all year, and support our charitable programmes, why not become a supporter of Cambo Heritage Trust?
Cambo Gardens is on the A917, 6 miles from St Andrews near the village of Kingsbarns.
The 95 bus from St Andrews to Leven passes the end of the drive, with a 0.5 mile walk through the woodland to the Stables Visitor Centre.