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Angus and Dundee borders Aberdeenshire to the North and Perth and Kinross to the South and has mountains, glens and rolling hills in the countryside as well as the City of Dundee and the seaside town of Arbroath.

The city of Dundee has lots to offer for all ages. It has become a thriving modern city famous especially as the City of Design, home of the V & A Museum and the historical Discovery ship to mention just a few. Dundee offers arts and culture, museums, theatre, entertainment, bars and restaurants and sports and leisure so there should be something for the whole family here.

You will find hotels, self-catering and camping accommodation all over the region but particularly on the seaside and in the city. Follow the links below to find out more about the type of accommodation you think will suit you best.

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THINGS TO DO IN DUNDEE & ANGUS Explore some awesome things to do while in Dundee

Travel back in time to the Coastal Fort of Broughty Castle

A 15th Century coastal fort that saw many battles and sieges, the castle and the local environ was an important part of the area’s defence system. The castle that we see today is the latest rebuild of the fort, dating back to the 19th Century.
Castle Approach
Dundee DD5 2TF Scotland GB

Be the First to Visit the V&A Museum of Design

It will be the centrepiece of the Dundee waterfront and with the opening scheduled for summer 2018, you could be one of the first to admire not only the exhibitions but the building itself.
Discovery Quay
Dundee DD1 4XA Scotland GB

A Step Closer to the Stars at Mills Observatory

Purpose built in 1935, the Mills Observatory is a must for anyone transfixed by the stars and what space can tell us about our own planet. There are numerous displays, alongside interesting talks by renowned stargazers as well as informative workshops that make this a hidden Dundee gem.
Glamis Road
Dundee DD2 2UJ Scotland GB

Immerse Yourself in Fine Art at The McManus Art Gallery and Museum

Wherever humans tread, they leave behind tell-tale signs of their existence – and art is one medium that charts the highs and lows of human evolution.
Meadowside
Dundee DD1 1EQ Scotland GB

Scotland’s Jute Museum at Verdant Works

Jute is a rough fibre that was used in many applications. It is rawest form, it is a rough, strong fibre that held cotton bales together and yet, with a little more refinement it was used in soft furnishings. As a port city, you would expect much of its history to be about the sea and the trade that it brought.
West Henderson's Wynd
Dundee DD1 5BT Scotland GB

All Aboard! Visit RRS Discovery

RRS Discovery was the last British ship to be built with three masts but there is something else of which this ship can boast – it was the boat built for adventure. It was the vessel on which Captain Scott and Ernest Shackleton made their first visit to the Antarctic
Discovery Quay
Dundee DD1 4XA Scotland GB