Alongside both banks of the river, you'll discover the beautiful and thought-provoking sculptures of the River Tay Public Art Trail. They draw their inspiration from the River, its wildlife, the city and its history. Sculptures on the map are numbered, but you don't have to follow all the numbers in sequence to enjoy the trail. The trail starts on Tay Street, and at a moderate pace should take just over an hour to complete, ending back in the city centre. It's a great way to take in the picturesque riverside situation of the city!
If you have some extra time and energy, Moncrieffe Island sits on the River Tay and is the unique situation of some garden allotments and King James VI Golf Club, should you fancy a quick walk around! Popular with dog walkers, the island is open to take a stroll around. Access is via a walkway on the rail bridge from Tay Street, which the trail will take you across. Also situated on the banks of River Tay, South Inch Park is a pleasant space to take an amble around on a dry day, with a duck pond and café in the pavilion.
Time to explore: 1.5 hours