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(Dundee, Scotland)

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Re: A High Hill
Agreed, the Scottish scenery makes for some great views, doesn't it? I enjoyed the walk up to the top too. Would have like to see a bit more historical information, great for an evening visit though.
Posted on 03/3/2012 by Tammy

A High Hill
Dundee Law is essentially a high hill that reaches around 500 feet. It is in the north of town. The remains of an iron fort were discovered there. People say that this is where Dundee actually got its name. the viewpoint at the top gives great views over the city and some true Scottish countryside can be witnessed from up here.
Posted on 01/3/2012 by Trish

Broughty Castle
I got a bus here to the castle. I was a bit bored by the end of it, but all in all it is a pretty cool Castle. The information given is pretty standard and easy to digest which is great for all that are not history buffs and just want an overview. They give you binoculars too, so you can really make the most of those views.
Posted on 27/2/2012 by Gary Clegg

Re: Sense-ational Dundee
Yep, agreed. I took my 8y ear old son here and he was all up in the games. He still talks about it today and I think it has encouraged him to get involved in science at school a little more. Great stuff!
Posted on 25/10/2011 by Julie Taylor

Sense-ational Dundee
I am a teacher and I bought my kids to the Sensation Dundee Science Center, on a school trip. Very educational, Sensation Dundee is a centre based on the five senses. Science comes to life here in a multitude of imaginative ways which are just enough to keep the little ones focused for a couple of hours. It is interactive enough to prevent the expected boredom that comes with hyperactive 8 year olds.
Posted on 25/10/2011 by Penelope Frisk