Powrie Castle is a 16th century castle located in the north of Dundee, The castle was built in the early 16th century and later razed in 1548 by the English, then based in Balgillo, as part of the Rough Wooing.

It was after this incident that the castle was rebuilt as two separate buildings forming a courtyard.

The south wing was built as a Z-plan tower house with a vaulted ceiling.

This building is now a ruin and is on privately owned ground.

University of Dundee Museum Collections

The University of Dundee holds unique and fascinating museum collections including scientific instruments, natural history specimens and an impressive art collection of paintings, prints and textiles.There is always something interesting to see in the free public exhibition galleries, plus there...

Maggie's Centre

Maggie's Dundee is a cancer care centre located at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee.It was Gehry's first building in the UK and has been awarded a ‘Building of the Year' title by the Royal Fine Art Commission for Scotland.The Centre is open to the public on the last Tuesday of every month from 4pm....