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FANTASTIC BESPOKE TOURS to suit your preferences and budget We can tailor our tour to your group preferences, so it is unique for you. We don’t just show our tourist venues and local areas, we share it with you, just as a friend who would like to show you their beloved home and all its hidden treasures. And just as a friend would, we take very special care of you with our hand-picked drivers. Some suggested choices of local attractions
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The V&A
V&A Dundee The V&A in Dundee is Scotland’s first design museum.  An international centre of design, the V&A Dundee presents the brilliance of Scottish creativity and the ‘best of design round the world’. The V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates. Approximate 1-2 hour visit Admission is free Special exhibition entrance costs and possible pre- booking required   RRS Discovery Royal Research Ship Discovery is a barque-rigged auxiliary steamship built for Antarctic research and launched in 1901. The Discovery was the last traditional wooden three masted ship to be built in the United Kingdom. The British National Antarctic Expedition set off onboard the Discovery in 1901 under the command of Robert Falcon Scott with a pioneering crew that included Ernest Shackleton and zoologist Edward Wilson. RRS Discovery is based at Discovery Point Visitor Centre. Approximate 2-3 hour visit Admission costs not included in Henry’s tour   HMS Unicorn A sailing frigate ship, HMS Unicorn was launched in 1824, is Britain’s oldest warship still afloat, and one of the world’s most important ships.  The Unicorn has survived due to being roofed rather than masted. Approximate 30 minutes -1 hour visit Admission costs not included in Henry’s tour North Carr Light Ship Built by A & J Inglis, Glasgow 1933.  This was the last functioning lightship in Scotland when decommissioned in 1974. To be viewed only Verdant Works Relive the story of Dundee’s industrial textile heritage in the beautifully refurbished Mill. Step back in time and be regaled with tales of the mill workers and how they lived, with interactive displays telling the story of local 19th-20th century jute production. 2 hour visit Admission costs not included in Henry’s tour McManus Galleries Dundee’s Art Gallery & Museum.  The McManus Galleries is a gothic-revival style building, housing a museum and art gallery with a collection of fine and decorative art as well as a natural history collection. It offers a fascinating insight into Dundee with 8 galleries to explore. Approximate 2-3 hour visit Admission is free   Dundee Law The Law is an area with a predominant feature of a war memorial sitting atop an extinct volcano nestled in the centre of Dundee. Being the highest point of Dundee, on a clear day The Law gives splendid 360 degree views making it a fantastic photo opportunity. Approximate 10 minute visit Admission is free
The Howff The old church yard burial ground of St Clement 1564. The name the Howff is from an old word used to describe a meeting place.  A cemetery of seamen, nine trades and other historic persons. Approximate 10-15 minute visit Admission is free Dundee Museum of Transport Visitors can step back in time to an era of horse-drawn trams and steam power, while discovering amazing stories of local pioneers. Star attractions include Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and a fantastic collection of vehicles. Approximate 1-2 hour visit Admission costs not included in Henry’s tour
The Tay Rail Bridge Memorial The second Tay Bridge carries the railway across the Firth of Tay between Dundee and the suburb of Wormit in the Kingdom of Fife. It was constructed in 1887 and is 3.5 kilometres in length. The first Tay Bridge was erected in 1878.  Sadly disaster struck during a violent storm on Sunday 28th December 1879 when it collapsed whilst a train was passing over it from Wormit to Dundee killing all 59 aboard. Approximate 10 minute visit University of Dundee Botanic Gardens Housing a fine collection of conifers and broad-leaved trees, shrubs, tropical and temperature green houses, a water garden and herb garden. The garden features many species of indigenous British plants as well as representative collections of important plants from all the continents of the world. Approximate 1-2 hour visit Admission costs not included in Henry’s tour  The Mills Observatory The first purpose built public astronomical observatory in the UK being built in 1935 (presently the main telescope is under repair). Admission costs not included in Henry’s tour   Camperdown Country Park and Wildlife Centre Set in the picturesque Country Park there is a small wildlife centre housing many species including a European brown bear, golden eagle and more. Approximate 1 – 2 hour visit   Admission costs not included in Henry’s tour
DD Tours Private enterprise tour provider not linked with Henry Tours Local guides do a pre-booked 1 hour walking tour in Dundee. We could take you to the meeting point and await your return at a finishing point, then allowing you to carry on your journey with Henry. If Henry has less than 7 guests a local DD guide can be pre-booked to come with you on your journey around Dundee for a personal historic guided tour at a cost. Please note DD tours and guides are organised by us on your behalf and booked separately. Payment will be made direct to the supplier on your behalf.
Tour attractions and destinations itinerary must fit in with the group’s chosen contractual time with Henry. Time allotted will include group pick up and drop off point. Designated named leader required to represent group for agreeing itinerary and financial payment. If guests are staying locally in Dundee City Centre, some of our advised attractions are easily walkable. We would work out with you to get the best possible itinerary for your tour, so that you get the best value and experience of travelling in Henry.