The heart of Dundee is City Sq, flanked to the south by the 1930s facade of Caird Hall , which was gifted to the city by a textile...
St Mary's Church
Pedestrianised High St leads west into Nethergate, flanked to the north by St Mary's Church . Most of the church dates from the 19th...
The Caird Hall hosts regular concerts of classical music, as well as organ recitals, rock bands, dances, comedians, fetes and fairs....
Fisher & Donaldson
There's an excellent tearoom in this upmarket bakery and patisserie, which sells traditional Dundee cake and less traditional...
Lonely Planet review
Housed in a solid Victorian Gothic building designed by Gilbert Scott in 1867, the McManus Galleries is a city museum on a human scale – you can see everything there is to see, without feeling rushed or overwhelmed. The exhibits cover the history of the city from the Iron Age to the present day, including relics of the Tay Bridge Disaster and the Dundee whaling industry. Computer geeks will enjoy the Sinclair ZX81 and Spectrum (pioneering personal computers with a whole 16K of memory!) which were made in Dundee in the early 1980s.