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  • 1 Discovery Point Interesting

    Museums and art

    quay Discovery GB - Dundee DD1 4XA

    Designed in Dundee in 1901 especially for scientific discovery missions, this vessel is the pride of Dundee. It was ordered by Captain Scott, during his expedition to the Antarctic (1901-1904). Today in dry dock, it is the main piece in an audio-visu..

  • 2 Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum - McManus Galleries Interesting

    Museums and art

    sq. Albert GB - Dundee DD1 1DA

    On the ground floor of an extremely beautiful Victorian building designed by George Gilbert Scott, this museum relates the activities that made Dundee town prosperous in the 19th and 20th Century. Upstairs, in the sumptuous Albert Hall, you can see a..

  • 3 Verdant Works Interesting

    Museums and art

    27 West Henderson's Wynd GB - Dundee DD1 5BT

    In its hey-day, jute production in Dundee employed 50 000 people, mainly in the Blackness quarter, one of Scotland's first areas to be industrialised at the end of the 18th C, However Dundee still had a sufficiently country air about it for David Lin..

  • 4 The Frigate Unicorn Interesting

    Museums and art

    Victoria Dock GB - Dundee DD1 3BP

    This 46-gun frigate was commissioned by the Royal Navy in 1824, 19 years after the Battle of Trafalgar. Today visitors may explore the Captain's Quarters and the main gundeck. The gunners ate and slept on the gundeck in order to be ever ready in the ..

  • 5 St Mary's

    Religious buildings

    Nethergate GB - Dundee DD1

    This is the oldest building in Dundee and the only relic of the original parish church of the 14th and 15th C. St Mary's is adorned with some beautiful stained-glass windows by Burnes-Jones and Morris, as well as a beautiful scene in the southern (si..

  • 6 Tay Road Bridge

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Crichton GB - Dundee DD1 3JB

    This bridge, opened in 1966, two years after its equivalent over the River Forth. It measured 2 250m in length, had 42 spans, and two channels on either side of the central track especially for pedestrians. These walkways had look-out points along th..

  • 7 Tay Railway Bridge

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Tay Ralway Bridge GB - Dundee DD1

    The current bridge was completed in 1887, replacing the former bridge which had collapsed under the weight of a train carrying 75 passengers, none of whom survived. Part of the iron framework was used again in the new construction.

  • 8 Dundee Law

    Nature and gardens

    st. Lewcrescent GB - Dundee DD1

    From the top of this filled volcanic crater (178m), you have a view all around you of Dundee town and the surrounding countryside. The town is spread out on a downward slope with its bridges over the Tay joining it to the Fife region. To the North yo..

  • 9 Mills Observatory

    Museums and art

    rd. Glamis GB - Dundee DD2 2UB

    This public observatory is home to a ground floor astronomy and space exploration exhibition. On the balcony a telescope and pair of binoculars are at hand for an extensive view across the Tay. The main telescope (for use only when accompanied by a m..

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