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Discover extraordinary art at the McManus.

paintingframe - Discover extraordinary art at the McManus. [A FREE Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 1-2 hours
A plethora of paintings adorn the walls of the Victoria Gallery - the Victorian art gallery within Dundee's iconic McManus Museum in Albert Square. And as well as works by several prominent Scottish artists, as well as the first ever painting of a football match - there are history galleries to wander through too, covering natural and local stories of the area. See it all from 12.30-4.30pm.
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