Falconer Steve Wright with a harris hawk during a falconry display in Glen Clova
Carved stone at Meigle Sculptured Stone Museum, Angus
The deck of the RRS Discovery, the vessel that Captain Scott sailed to the Arctic
Scotland's Countryside Festival, Glamis Castle
The Caledonian Railway, Brechin, Angus
White Ferrets at Scotland's Countryside Festival at Glamis Castle, Angus
There are lots of activities for the whole family to enjoy across Dundee & Angus, from fascinating museums to ancient castles, wildlife attractions and more. Whether you fancy a few hours exploring a country park or want to see the latest exhibition, you’ll find plenty of great things to see and do in the region.
Get out and enjoy the fresh air in Dundee & Angus with the whole family at a number of fantastic country parks. Stretch your legs on a walk around tranquil lochs at the Monikie, Clatto and Forfar Country Parks or let the kids run around and enjoy themselves at the massive playground at Camperdown Park in Dundee.
Go for a splash at the stunning beaches found along the coast of the region. Feel the sand in between your toes on the golden sands of Montrose beach or bathe on the award-winning beach at Broughty Ferry. If it isn't such a sunny day, why not visit Dundee's new swimming pool which has a family pool and flumes to keep the kids active and entertained?
The Scottish weather is unpredictable and it is not uncommon to have four seasons within one month. So as well as our glorious outdoor scenery, there is never a shortage of things to do with plenty of all-weather visitor attractions.
Dundee & Angus is full to the brim with award-winning visitor attractions. Dundee is the place to experience the polar climate with Discovery Point, and the challenges that faced Captain Scott in his trip to the Antarctic a hundred years ago; or learn about the fascinating history of the old Dundee jute mills at Scotland's Jute Museum @ Verdant Works. Alternatively, just a short distance away, see yourself as others might see you - through innovative and hands-on exhibits which explore the five human senses at Dundee Science Centre.
Four walled gardens, containing nearly three acres of Herbaceous Borders,Kitchen garden and ancient trees. Twenty acre wild flower meadow with wildlife pond and standing stone and driftwood sculptures and many mown tracks.