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MADE IN DUNDEE | DESIGNED FOR ADVENTURE Discovery Point is home to the world famous Antarctic research vessel RRS Discovery. This award-winning visitor attraction tells the story of the Discovery, from her beginnings in Dundee in to her amazing...more
Hours Today: 11:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Discovery Point Riverside Drive, Dundee DD1 4XA, Scotland
All reviews captain scott well worth a visit below deck polar exploration treasure hunt film shows all ages excellent attraction joint ticket interactive displays gift shop interesting visit verdant works adults and children great place to visit couple of hours visiting dundee
Dundee in Scotland is very fortunate to have back this fantastic piece of nautical history. Well worth a visit to satisfy the historian in you... And right next the the new V&A Museum, so you can kill two birds with one stone..!
What a place! I always find it incredible to walk in the same steps as others have, especially when they were making history in their time. We stayed for a few hours and explored every inch of the place. There is so much to see...More
I am an ardent student of the explorers of the Antarctic so seeing the Discovery was high on my list. I was not disappointed. The museum is chock full of great exhibits and information-much of which is well suited for children. But boarding the ship...More
We spent hours reading all the information in the display area. Excellent write ups about the hazardous work of Captain Scott and his crew made this come alive. To see the hardships they endured for the sake of science, and their foresight about climate warming....More
I have been here a number of times, taking different visitors, and have never failed to be impressed. The museum exibits are truly fascinating and you really develop an understanding of the challenges and harships of the explorere. It is remarkable that you can walk...More
Well worth a visit at any time of the year, the staff here are marvellous. My wife and I were walking along Riverside Drive, near the Tay Estuary wall, from the two-hour parking spots opposite Tesco's, and really just chanced into Discovery Point for a...More
The exhibition and the ship itself give you a real feel for the hardships these men endured - all in the name of science. Take your time and go through the dioramas and other exhibits before marvelling at how people could spend months or years...More
Response from CatReidScotland_UK | Reviewed this property |
It would depend on how much you’re paying attention to reading all of the information boards - so as little as 45 minutes or as much as a couple of/few hours (including the exhibition before you get on the ship).