The city of Dundee is the fourth largest in Scotland, and is popularly known as ‘the city of jute, jam, and journalism’. The city offers great view of the Tay Bridge and Tay River. Dundee is a city studded with serene beaches, lush forests and magnificent glens. Dundee takes the visitor into a kaleidoscope of appealing history and fantastic cultural events.
Dundee Law is a beautiful small hill across the River Tay. There is much to see in Dundee like the McManus Galleries that house an art gallery and a museum with a fine collection of historical arts and artefacts. The Howff is a cemetery of ancient times in the heart of the city that houses intriguing gravestones. Mill’s Observatory is an astronomical observatory arched by a dome that is made of papier- mache. Verdant works is museum that has won many accolades for housing a variety of jute works.
Dundee is also home to some of the famous churches in Scotland that have interesting architectures such as the Central Baptists Church, Dens Road Church, Lochee
Churches of Scotland and the Steeple Church. The natural trails present in the city are way to some of the natural reserves of wildlife. Get ready to spot some beautiful birds including colonies of rare wildfowl, otters, ospreys and red squirrels. The Rocks of Solitude in Dundee is the abode of the king of fishes, the Salmon, which can be seen leaping out of the waters. The Camperdown Wildlife Centre is a must see place for green panthers. It is home to rare species of wildlife like the brown bears, wallabies, and ring tailed lemur.