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Although one of the biggest in Scotland, Dundee is not a large city by world standards. With a population of around 150,000 people, Scotland's fourth-largest city is still relatively small. However, that can be a good thing. It makes the city easy to explore, with many of its attractions within walking distance of one another.
The Dundee area has been occupied since prehistoric times, but the city itself first entered the historical record in the 12th century, when it was given to a local nobleman. Its location close to the North Sea has shaped Dundee's history, making it a major trading center from its inception. Occupied by English forces during Scotland's First War of Independence, the city was taken back by Robert the Bruce in 1312. Occupied again by the English in 1547 and destroyed by parliamentarian forces during the Civil War in 1651, Dundee is a city that has quite literally been through the wars.
The Industrial Revolution brought new wealth to Dundee and made it the center of the global jute industry. Its coastal location also made it a center of shipbuilding. As these industries declined in the late 20th century, the city has reinvented itself as a cultural hub with a revitalized waterfront. As a result, Dundee is attracting more and more tourists each year.
Although not a large city, Dundee punches above its weight when it comes to things to do. Thanks to a youthful university population and plenty of government support for new initiatives, Dundee has lots to offer visitors.
Take a stroll through the seaside district of Broughty Ferry. Once a fisherman's village, this quirky neighborhood is now home to many pubs and restaurants and is one of Dundee's up-and-coming new areas. Grab a drink or a bite to eat with a view of the water and soak up the unique atmosphere.
Explore Scottish culture at the McManus Art Gallery and Museum. Located in a striking Gothic revival building, this gallery displays art by local Dundee and Scottish artists through the centuries.
See why Dundee has been acknowledged as a City of Design at the V&A Dundee. This museum of design is the first Victoria and Albert Museum outside of London and explores the history and future of design through fascinating exhibits on art, technology, fashion, and other fields.
Learn about the history of exploration at the RRS Discovery. This 1901 sailing ship was the vessel that carried Capt. Scott and his men on their expedition to explore the Antarctic in the early 20th century. Now operating as a floating museum, the ship offers a glimpse back in time at Dundee’s shipbuilding past.
Dive into the world of science at Dundee Science Center. The hands-on exhibits here help visitors explore the natural world, outer space, the human body, and just about every other area of scientific knowledge. One of Dundee's top family attractions, the Science Center is as interesting for adults as it is for kids.
Dundee has a small airport that flies to London and Belfast. The larger airport at Edinburgh can be reached by train and bus.
Dundee’s main rail station lies just to the south of the city center, and connects Dundee with cities throughout Scotland and elsewhere in the UK.
Dundee's bus routes are provided by Xplore Dundee. Many of the routes converge on Commercial Street next to the Cathedral in the city center.
Because of its relatively small size, Dundee is a great place to explore on foot. And if the weather doesn’t cooperate, it’s easy to hop on a bus and see more of the city that way. But however you choose to get around, you’ll find it much easier if you don’t carry more than you need to.
That's where Bounce comes in. No matter how heavy your bags are or how many of them you have, Bounce can help you find a place to store your luggage in Dundee. Drop off what you don't need and bring only the essentials as you explore this underrated town.
Unicorn: Visit the world's oldest surviving ship on the frigate Unicorn. Launched in 1824, this 46 gun warship is a relic of the Golden Age of Sail and a monument to the city's shipbuilding history. Exploring the cramped quarters of the ship feels like stepping into a time machine, and it's fascinating to see the conditions 19th-century sailors had to endure as they fought to maintain the Royal Navy's supremacy over the oceans. The ship is no place for heavy bags, so make sure you leave yours at a luggage storage location in Dundee before you visit.
Camperdown Country Park: Dundee's biggest public park covers over 400 acres and contains a grand manor house. There's also a Wildlife Park where you can encounter bears, monkeys, eagles, and other creatures you wouldn't necessarily expect to find in the Scottish countryside. Large bags are not permitted in the wildlife center, so make sure you leave yours behind at a Dundee luggage storage shop before you visit.
Mills Observatory: Explore the stars at the UK's first purpose-built observatory. Mills Observatory offers displays and planetarium shows that will explain the mysteries of outer space, and the observatory is also home to a state-of-the-art telescope used to study the cosmos. It's a fascinating place for anyone who's ever looked up at the night sky and wondered what's out there. Drop off any unneeded bags at a Dundee luggage storage to make your visit to the observatory easier.
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The price for luggage storage in Dundee is just £5/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Dundee which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Dunnottar Castle, Holyrood Abbey, St Andrews Cathedral (Ruins) and many other areas.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Dundee.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Dundee. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Dundee where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Weaver's Mill, Nando's, and Daisy Tasker. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Dundee are Meldrum's Hotel, Ye Olde Hotel, and Hampton by Hilton Dundee City Centre.
Dundee offers several scenic parks including Monikie Country Park, Gowrie Hill, and Clatto Country Park.
You can find local tourist information at Longforgan Village Notice Board, Tourist Information, and Tourist Information Office.
If you're looking for a good museum in Dundee, we recommend Museum of the University of St Andrews (MUSA), V&A Dundee, and Mills Observatory. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Dundee's most popular historical attractions including St Andrews Cathedral (Ruins), Swilcan Bridge, or Malcolm Canmore's Tower and monuments like Martyrs' Monument, Tay Bridge Disaster Memorial, or Hopetoun Monument. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Dunnottar Castle, Holyrood Abbey, or St Andrews Cathedral (Ruins).