Attractions near St James Cottage

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It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Broughty Castle Museum (< 1 Mile)*
Broughty Castle sits imposingly at the mouth of the River Tay. Built in 1496 on a rocky promontory it has faced many sieges and battles.
The McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery & Museum (4 Miles)*
A magnificent Victorian, Gothic building where art, history and the environment combine to offer a fascinating insight into Dundee.
McManus Collections Unit (4 Miles)*
The McManus Collections Unit is the new permanent home for Dundee's History, Archaeology and Natural History Collections.
Sensation Science Centre (4 Miles)*
A unique four star attraction devoted to the five senses. With over 60 hands-on exhibits depicting the senses, visitors of any age can experience the magic of science.
Discovery Point (4 Miles)*
Discovery Point is the home of Captain Scott's famous Royal Research Ship Discovery. Hear all about RRS Discovery's epic voyage to Antarctica, and explore the ship itself.
Verdant Works (4 Miles)*
The story of jute and the story of Dundee are inseperable. The industry employed 50,000 people in the city at its peak and supplied much of the worlds demand for jute goods. Verdant Works takes you on a tour of the trade.
Monikie Country Park (5 Miles)*
Monikie Country Park, with its reservoirs, woodland and parkland, is an ideal location for a visit to the countryside. The scenic surroundings offer many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors at any time of the year.
Mills Observatory (5 Miles)*
The City of Dundee is fortunate to be the site of the UK's only full-time public observatory - the Mills Observatory.
Crombie Country Park (5 Miles)*
The Park was officially opened in September 1983. Its 102 hectares includes Crombie Loch as well as broadleafed and coniferous woodlands. Crombie Country Park, with its scenic loch and woodlands is a haven for wildlife.
Barry Mill (5 Miles)*
Enjoy the sights and sounds of an early 19th-century working mill - the splash of the water-wheel, the sound and smell of grinding grain.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near St James Cottage
Broughty Ferry (1 Mile)*
Although the industries with which Broughty Ferry was once associated are now gone, the town remains a lovely holiday destination and a pleasant waterfront suburb of Dundee.
Monifieth (3 Miles)*
The settlement of Monifieth dates back to at least the 9th century. The discovery of Pictish stones in the graveyard of St. Rule's Church suggests that Monifieth was a Pictish centre of some importance.
Newport-On-Tay (3 Miles)*
Dundee (3 Miles)*
In days of a bygone era, Dundee prided itself on its thriving industries, a legacy still celebrated today.
Wormit (5 Miles)*
Wormit is a beautiful little village which helps make up The Burgh of Newport-on-Tay. Wormit was originally established as a village for accomodating the families of upper and middle-class business men commuting to the jute industry.
Balmullo (7 Miles)*
Balmullo; Proud to be Included - Balmullo is a small village located in the North Eastern area of Fife, although small, it's growing quickly and is a tight knit community.
Carnoustie (7 Miles)*
Carnoustie has long held a reputation throughout the world as one of the great golfing locations. Ever since the British Open was first played at Carnoustie in 1931, the course has represented a magnetic challenge for golfers of all standards.
Balmerino (7 Miles)*
Strathkinness (9 Miles)*
St. Andrews (9 Miles)*
The university town of St Andrews is situated in the county of Fife, Scotland and has several claims to fame. It is the home of golf and is where Prince William met his wife Catherine when they were students at the university.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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