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Best things to do in Dundee

Museum
“McManus Galleries is a great starting point to learn about Dundee and its past, it is also free to enter and has changing exhibitions. A great cafe and gift shop too!”
15 locals recommend
History Museum
“A great tale of a great team. Learn about Captain Scott's polar expedition.”
21 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Showcasing dundee's local history this place is a nice place to visit if you want to get to know Dundee a bit better”
13 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Who can't resist a Scottish Castle, and they are even better when entry is free! The castle gives you great views along the beach and the harbour, in the summer months you can often spot dolphins. Broughty Ferry is a great area to have a walk round as well with some great shops, pubs and restaurants. The Castle Green also has a large play area for kids.”
8 locals recommend
Museum
“Great museum about the Jute Industry in Dundee. Perfect for children and adults alike”
9 locals recommend
Museum
“Open all year round, this science based centre has something for everyone regardless of age with many of it interactive. The temporary exhibitions change regularly and there is also a 3-D cinema. There is a gift shop and café.”
7 locals recommend
Museum
“The oldest frigate in the world. Do at the same time as visiting the RSS Discovery.”
4 locals recommend
Museum
“If your looking to find out a little about Dundee then this museum will give you a little insight into its colorful transport history. ”
1 local recommends
Museum
1 local recommends
Museum
“It's not open yet but is being built. It's going to transform Dundee's waterfront and, we hope, Dundee. We can't wait.”
2 locals recommend
Museum
“OPENING OCTOBER 2018 The only V&A Museum outside of London, a must see from October onwards.”
1 local recommends
Museum
“Sight of the famous disaster that inspired the poem... The Tay Bridge Disaster Poem Beautiful Railway Bridge of the Silv’ry Tay! Alas! I am very sorry to say That ninety lives have been taken away On the last Sabbath day of 1879, Which will be remember’d for a very long time. ‘Twas about seven o’clock at night, And the wind it blew with all its might, And the rain came pouring down, And the dark clouds seem’d to frown, And the Demon of the air seem’d to say- “I’ll blow down the Bridge of Tay.” When the train left Edinburgh The passengers’ hearts were light and felt no sorrow, But Boreas blew a terrific gale, Which made their hearts for to quail, And many of the passengers with fear did sa”
1 local recommends
Museum
1 local recommends