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Culture in Dundee

Dundee has a vast amount of culture and history which you can explore.

Within easy walking distance of the hotel is the 5 star Discovery Point visitor centre, home of the century-old research ship RRS Discovery, which Captain Scott used for his antarctic explorations. More On The Discovery Point website.

Another historic wooden ship worth a visit is the 46-gun H.M. Frigate UNICORN, built  in 1824. Berthed at the Victoria Dock close to the City Quay shopping centre, you can combine sightseeing and shopping with ease. More on The Frigate Unicorn website.

Award-winning visitor attraction Verdant Works has interactive exhibits marking an historical tribute to Juteopolis - Dundee's jute industry hey days and the wealth it brought to the city. More on Verdant Works website. 

How lucky are we to have it on out doorstep;

Only a short walk from the Queens Dundee, it is definitely an attraction to visit when exploring the city. Make sure you ask our reception staff for information and guidance.

Three words to describe the amazing architect that presents the facilities within the V&A, not to mention the incredible exhibitions on regular basis of the most interesting artists from around the world. … ART, CREATIVITY & MUSEUM.

‘As Scotland’s first design museum, V&A Dundee tells a global story, investigating the international importance of design alongside presenting Scotland’s outstanding design achievements.

At the heart of the museum, the Scottish Design Galleries feature 300 exhibits drawn from the V&A’s rich collections of Scottish design, as well as from museums and private collections across Scotland and the world’ – Amber Keating

Completely free to enter and suitable for all ages, there is no excuse not to visit this spectacular vision. As well as the mind blowing art and design collection, there is a Café and restaurant onsite plus much much more to explore, Therefore make sure a plan a whole day for it.