The Auld Grey Toon is a picture-perfect coastal gem rich in history, learning and culture. Known worldwide as the home of golf, it boasts iconic beaches, a picturesque cathedral and castle, and one of the last remaining city gates in Scotland. But as well as this fascinating heritage that we're all familiar with, there are lots more hidden treasures that lurk in the wynds and alleyways and in the walls, just waiting to be discovered. There's the Lade Braes - an enchanting forest walk in the centre of town that lies almost forgotten, the Whyte-Melville Memorial Fountain that commemorates the novelist George Whyte-Melville, the curious cobbles marked PH outside St Salvator's Quad, and much more. Hidden St Andrews takes the reader on a journey through St Andrews like no other, revealing the forgotten and abandoned past that lies on our doorstep and under our feet, bringing to life St Andrews' unique charm and personality.