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.
The observatory and its Victorian telescope sit side-by-side with the latest modern technology for star gazing and solar viewing. Admission is free but there is a small charge for any shows at the planetarium, a small price to pay for such a fantastic experience.
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