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A Love Letter to Dundee: Joseph McKenzie Photographs 1964-1987

27th May - 10:00
Dundee's waterfront transformation has gained worldwide recognition. In the latest of our changing annual displays, we return to Dundee of the 1960s-1980s.
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The Future of Transport

27th May - 10:00
This exhibition highlights the history of innovation in transport and explores the radical ways in which transport may change in the future.
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Toys and Models Exhibition

27th May - 10:00
Our latest exhibition tells the story of 120 years of transport toy history, from early Hornby and Meccano toys to the battle between Dinky, Matchbox, and Corgi for market dominance in the 1960s.
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The Future of Transport

27th May - 10:00
This exhibition highlights the history of innovation in transport and explores the radical ways in which transport may change in the future.
event

Toys and Models Exhibition

27th May - 10:00
Our latest exhibition tells the story of 120 years of transport toy history, from early Hornby and Meccano toys to the battle between Dinky, Matchbox, and Corgi for market dominance in the 1960s.
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Time and Tide: The Transformation of the Tay

27th May - 10:00
Dundee would not exist without the Tay nor have transformed from a small medieval settlement to Scotland's fourth largest city.
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Time and Tide: The Transformation of the Tay

27th May - 10:00
Dundee would not exist without the Tay nor have transformed from a small medieval settlement to Scotland's fourth largest city.
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A Love Letter to Dundee: Joseph McKenzie Photographs 1964-1987

27th May - 10:00
Dundee's waterfront transformation has gained worldwide recognition. In the latest of our changing annual displays, we return to Dundee of the 1960s-1980s.
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Create Space

27th May - 11:00
Create Space has moved to Gallery 1 to make sure there's plenty of space for you to try out fun, free creative activities inspired by Emma Talbot's exhibition.
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Create Space

27th May - 11:00
Create Space has moved to Gallery 1 to make sure there's plenty of space for you to try out fun, free creative activities inspired by Emma Talbot's exhibition.

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