8 September 2018 (11 am to 3 pm)
View Dundee’s historic Parish Church with magnificent stained glass windows and war memorials.
Founded in about 1190 it is the Parish Church for the City of Dundee hosting Civic Services such as the Kirkin' of the Council, Guildry Services and the Civic Remembrance Service. It boasts a full detailed Black Watch and other memorials.
It contains many outstanding examples of stained glass including the splendid East window gifted in 1897 designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones and executed by William Morris. The Church’s long connection with High School of Dundee is reflected in a more modern stained glass window situated in the Huntingdon Aisle.
Architect: Recently Refurbished - Simpson & Brown
Building Date: c1190