You will find some of Scotland's finest and best-known all-weather visitor attractions in Angus and Dundee.
Dundee is the place to experience the polar climate with Discovery Point, and the challenges that faced Captain Scott in his trip to the Antarctic a hundred years ago; or alternatively, just a short distance away, see yourself as others might see you - through innovative and hands-on exhibits which explore the five human senses at Sensation Science Museum.
Located in rural Angus, the stylish Pictavia visitor centre provides the chance to uncover the lives of some of Scotland's ancient people - the Picts. Located in the grounds of Brechin Castle Centre and Country Park, young and old will have a great day out enjoying the children's adventure playground, farm animals and nature trail. Angus is an area of outstanding beauty, situated on the east coast of Scotland. The rugged coastline of Angus opens into scenic glens and the fertile valley of Strathmore. Known around the world as Scotlandís Birthplace, Angus enjoys the benefits of modern living, as well as tangible links with a colourful and historically significant past.