Visit West Green Park, created within the former Royal Liff psychiatric hospital. Within Greystanes House, on the walls of the patients dining room, view two large murals, painted by the renowned Scottish artist Alberto Morocco. The unique murals, created in the 1960s, depict Work and Rest and feature Pablo Picasso.
Greystanes House is situated within 50 acres of landscaped gardens at West Green Park, Liff.
Please park in the NHS car park at the top of North Road
There’s the chance to see behind the scenes of one of Dundee’s community fire stations. As well as getting the opportunity to see a working fire station in action, fire-fighters will be giving out fire safety advice, offering free home fire safety visits and holding dramatic displays.
Chip Pan Demonstration
Rope Rescue Demonstration
Aerial Appliance Demonstration
View Fire Appliance and Support Vehicles
Step on the Stage where so many stars have appeared for 90 years
From Elton John, David Bowie, The Cure, Frank Sinatra, The Beatles and the Rolling Stones to name but a few.
See behind the scenes of Dundee’s major Concert/Conference Venue
places are limited – please book
Claypotts Castle is a small but complete Z plan castle built for John Strachan between 1569 and 1588. It was later sold to the family of John Graham of Claverhouse, who forfeited his lands after his death at the battle of Killiecrankie. It is now cared for by Historic Scotland.
Please note parking is limited to 4/5 spaces. Disabled access is outside only.
Situated near the town centre of Dundee city, it is the first purpose built Mosque in North-East Scotland, built using traditional Scottish materials and energy efficient construction techniques. The Mosque is rich in Islamic symbolism and includes two prayer halls built facing Makkah and above the Minbar (pulpit) is a copper dome, both symbolic and for light.
Open doors Saturday and Sunday 10.30am-4.30pm. Free Food and refreshments, exhibitions, guided tours, stalls, leaflets, prayer demonstrations and free parking on site. See the Mosques website: http://www.dundeecentralmosque.org.uk for further information.
These tours are your chance to discover the history of Dundee through a selection of the records held in the City Archives (which is housed in part of the Caird Hall building). As numbers are limited, booking is essential. To book, telephone 01382 434494
The original church was founded around 1190 and was the first parish church in Scotland to be organised according to the Reformed Faith. Civic occasions such as the kirking of the Council and guildry services as well as Remembrance Day are held here.
The church contains many outstanding examples of stained glass. These include the splendid east window, gifted in 1897 in honour of Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee. It was designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones and executed by William Morris.
Stewards will be on hand to show visitors around.
Dundee Rep Theatre is a world class performing arts organisation made up of Dundee Rep Ensemble, Scottish Dance Theatre, Creative Learning and visiting productions. With a year round programme of the best drama, dance, comedy and music award-winning Dundee Rep Theatre is at the centre of Dundee’s cultural quarter. You will be given access to all parts of the building normally closed to the public including the workshop, paintshop, rehearsal rooms and costume department.
Come along to Dundee Rep for a back stage tour Saturday 14 September. Discovery the hidden secrets of Dundee Rep Theatre and see where the magic happens. Tours at 10am and 11am and will take no longer than one hour. Please booked with Dundee Rep box office on 01382 223530.
Please note this event has now been cancelled. Apologies for any inconvenience this has caused.
Our service provides support to men who are suffering from alcoholism. We use the 12 step approach to recovery from alcoholism. (adopted from Alcoholics Anonymous).
Service users are supported through individual meetings with their appointed support worker. There are also daily meetings at 930am within Jericho House. Further to this there are external meetings to attend also, mostly in Dundee area. Part of recovery is to attend one meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous each day.
We have a minibus which we use once a week to travel to a meeting outside Dundee.
Staff and service users raised funds for minibus purchase during the last 2 years. They did this through carol singing, walking the West Highland Way, two drama productions and, can collecting at Asda and in the city centre.
The Scottish Civic Trust: The Tobacco Merchants House, 42 Miller Street,Glasgow, G1 1DT
Tel: 0141 221 1466, Fax: 0141 248 6952,Email: email@example.com
The Scottish Civic Trust is a registered Scottish charity. Charity No. SC012569
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