One of the finest industrial museums in Europe, the Verdant Works explores the history of Dundee's jute industry. Housed in a restored...
Housed in a solid Victorian Gothic building designed by Gilbert Scott in 1867, the McManus Galleries is a city museum on a human scale –...
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...
Fat Sams has been around for more than 20 years but is still one of the city's most popular clubs, with regular live gigs, DJs and...
Next door to the Dundee Rep Theatre, and decorated with photos of Scottish actors, this innovative cafe-bar and bistro serves a set...
Dundee Law information
It's worth making the climb up Dundee Law (174m) for great views of the city, the two Tay bridges, and across to Fife. The Tay Rail Bridge – at just over 2 miles long, it was the world's longest when it was built – was completed in 1887 and replaced an earlier bridge whose stumps can be seen alongside. The original bridge collapsed during a storm in 1879 less than two years after it was built, in the infamous Tay Bridge Disaster, taking a train and 75 lives along with it. The 1.5-mile Tay Road Bridge was opened in 1966. Dundee Law is a short walk northwest of the city centre, along Constitution Rd.