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Guided Tours of the Old Steeple

An event in August in Angus and Dundee
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The Old Steeple is an architecturally important and imposing building that has stood in Dundee for over 500 years. It has survived attacks by armies and devastating fires, and remains at the heart of the city centre. Tour guides will tell the amazing story of the Steeple, and visitors will see for themselves why Dundee is so lucky to retain this unique medieval building.

Admission 2.50 adults; 1.50 concessions; 1.00 accompanied children under 16. Children under 16 years must be accompanied. Booking is essential on (01382) 432364 (Mon to Fri 9am-4.30pm). Access - There are numerous steps between each level. The age and nature of the building unfortunately means that there is no disabled access above the ground level.

Fri 14 and Sat 15 Aug, Fri 28 and Sat 29 Aug, Tours at 11am & 2pm. 01382 432364

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