1700 Dogwood Mile, Laurinburg NC 28352


Go south on Main Street.

Turn right onto W. Church.

Go one mile and turn left onto 15/401/501 South.

Proceed 1.5 miles and turn left at the light.

Take your next right (onto Lauchwood) and an immediate right into the St. Andrews University campus.

Go past the lake, following signs for the Heritage Center.




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Scottish Heritage Center

The Scottish Heritage Center was established to highlight and preserve the Scottish heritage and traditions of the region and beyond. Located on the St. Andrews campus, the Center houses a notable collection of old and rare books dealing with Scottish and Scottish-American history, genealogy, and culture as well as current scholarly titles and periodicals. The Center also contains exhibits relative to the Scottish settlement of the southeastern region of North Carolina, as well as artifacts relative to the famed Scottish heroine Flora MacDonald who resided briefly in the region in the late 18th century. The Center also houses the "Fiona Ritchie Radio Archive for 'The Thistle and Shamrock'" - the archive of the popular radio program heard over hundreds of National Public Radio stations nationwide. And has the largest collection of Celtic music of its type in the United States.

The Scottish Heritage Center sponsors a number of activities yearly including special concerts and lectures, and is a primary source for genealogy searches.