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Located in the heart of Dundee, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of HMS Unicorn and Discovery Point. Verdant Works and West Park are also within 3 miles ...
Apex City Quay Hotel & Spa£44Apex City Quay Hotel & Spa£44
Located in the heart of Dundee, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of City Square and Discovery Point. Verdant Works and West Park are also within 2 miles ...
Holiday Inn Express Dundee£41Holiday Inn Express Dundee£41
Located in the heart of Dundee, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre and Discovery Point. Verdant Works and West Park are ...
Best Western Queens Hotel£40Best Western Queens Hotel£40
Situated near the beach, this eco-friendly hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Maggie's Centre and West Park. Verdant Works and Discovery Point are also within ...
Best Western Invercarse Hotel£45Best Western Invercarse Hotel£45
Located in the heart of Dundee, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Howff Burial Ground and Verdant Works. Discovery Point and West Park are also within ...
Hampton By Hilton Dundee City Center£44Hampton By Hilton Dundee City Center£44
If you’re heading to the coast of eastern Scotland to explore Dundee, a wide range of comfortable mid-priced hotels awaits you. 3- and 4-star hotels make up the majority of hotels in Dundee, and offer comfortable accommodation in convenient locations. You’ll find a great selection of modern chain hotels offering amenities such as free WiFi, breakfast and fitness centres, as well as low-key, family-run guesthouses and cosy coaching inns. With a hotel in Dundee, you can be sure that your budget will go far, and you needn’t worry about sacrificing comfort or convenience.
As the place that gave the world jute, Beano comics and marmalade, Dundee has earned its place in history. If you’re looking to wade into the city’s past, then a great place to start is with a trip to the RRS Discovery. Constructed in Dundee, The Discovery is the iconic ship that brought Shackleton, Captain Scott and their crew to Antarctica on their famed expedition. Visitors can board the ship and discover a range of exhibits related to the heroic voyage – it’s a great chance to take a step back into an era of adventure and exploration. The ship can be found at <a href="“http:/www.expedia.co.uk/Discovery-Point-Dundee.d6088583.Attraction”">Discovery Point, which is also home to Verdant Works, a restored mill where visitors can catch up on the history of jute and the Dundee textile industry. The mill offers interactive displays, working machines and film showings, and provides a good sense of what life was like in Dundee’s rough-and-ready industrial heyday, when it was the jute capital of the world.
If you’re looking to step further back into the mists of time, take an amble around Broughty Castle, a 15th-century castle offering events and exhibitions. The castle is just a short stroll down the esplanade from Broughty Ferry Beach, a popular summer hotspot known for its white sands and sand martin nests. It’s a great spot for bird watching or a ramble around the dunes, and kids will love the nearby play area.
The McManus provides a great opportunity to explore Dundee’s past, as the museum is home to 8 different galleries showcasing a variety of Scottish art and artifacts, as well as exhibitions chronicling Dundee’s history. It also hosts festivals, lectures and family-friendly events.
Dundee is a great place to take the kids, and there’s plenty to explore away from the beach. The Dundee Science Centre should be on any kid’s bucket list, especially if they want to get up-close and personal with creepy-crawly insects, handle some snakes or explore the mysteries of the solar system. If you happen to be visiting in the autumn, it’s worth dropping in on the annual Dundee Science Festival, a popular local event. The Camperdown Wildlife Centre gives kids the chance to meet some more exotic animals, as the park is home to bears, lemurs, Clydesdales and donkeys. You can even sign up for arts and crafts workshops, themed nature walks and tree-spotting treks, or be a zookeeper for a day.
Soak up some local culture on a trip to the Whitehall Theatre, an Art Deco venue that hosts comedians, plays, live concerts and more. It often offers kid-friendly entertainment, such as musicals, sing-along shows and pantomimes. The Dundee Rep Theatre also puts on great kids’ productions, along with more adult-oriented fare and workshops. It’s a great place to catch a lively pre-supper performance before exploring Dundee’s dining scene, where you’ll discover a range of international restaurants, traditional pubs, and casual eateries serving regional cuisine.