Hawkhill House, University of Dundee
The oldest building on the University of Dundee campus, Hawkhill House is an 18th century residence with many interesting features. It was also the birthplace of Sir James Alfred Ewing, pioneering engineer and codebreaker.
Tucked away behind Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, this charming 18th century building is now home to the stores and offices of the University of Dundee’s Museums. Curator Matthew Jarron will give guided tours round this listed building, revealing some of the University’s fascinating collections of art, science and natural history.
Guided tours at 3pm and 4pm.
Booking via https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/doors-open-day-hawkhill-house-guided-tours-tickets-667675925667
Where to find us
- 5-7 Hawkhill Place
- University of Dundee
- DD1 5HW
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