A new guide published by Euan’s Guide has revealed Dundee to be one of Scotland’s most accessible cities, with many of its exciting and vibrant attractions accessible to disabled people.

Part-funded by the VisitScotland Growth Fund with additional support from the Dundee & Angus Convention Bureau, the guide is another in the series published by the access review website which gives advice and reviews on access for locations including but not limited to theatres, parks, museums, and hotels.

Euan’s Guide on Dundee and Angus highlights many of the accessible activities which can be done in the city, from a visit to watch the Dundee Stars ice hockey team to a day spent at the Verdant Works, an industrial museum that tells the stories of Dundee’s mill workers during the height of the jute industry.

The Guide caters to all tastes, whether visitors to the east coast city want to explore along the path of the A92, trying some famous Arbroath Smokies on the way, find all the statues of beloved DC Thomson characters along the comic trail, or enjoy a sweet slice of Dundee cake near the City Square.

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