Dundee has an increasing number of trails and interesting walks, marked by plaques and statues.

Unique to Dundee the Dundee Woman’s Trail celebrates the famous women with links to the City.

This walkable trail is marked with blue plaques around the City Centre.

During the summer of 2016 the city played host to a huge public art event with fifty-five 5ft tall sculptures of Oor Wullie sitting on his bucket.

All of these sculptures have been decorated by artists and designers are located around the city.

At the end of the summer they were auctioned off with the proceeds going to a local charity.

Claypotts Castle

Claypotts Castle was built by John Strachan between 1569 and 1588, and later owned by ‘Bonnie Dundee', John Graham of Claverhouse. Standing at the north eastern edge of Dundee, the Castle was inhabited into the 19th Century. The exterior of the castle can be viewed year-round and there are open...

Tay Rail and Road Bridges

The Tay Estuary is straddled by two significant examples of structural engineering - the Tay Rail and Ray Road bridges.The Tay Rail Bridge was completed in 1887 and sweeps across the estuary carrying rail traffic between Dundee and neighbouring Fife.It replaced the original crossing which collapsed...