See Activity
Broughty Castle

Broughty Castle

Country: United Kingdom
Region: Scotland
City: Dundee
Category: Historical sites
Target group: All
Posted By: Aruni


0.0 / 5  (0 votes)

This 15th-century estuary fort is 6.5km (4 miles) east of the city center at Broughty Ferry, a fishing village that was the terminus for ferries crossing the Firth of Tay until the bridges were built. Besieged by the English in the 16th century and attacked by Cromwell's army under General Monk in the 17th century, it was restored in 1861 as part of Britain's coastal defenses. The museum has displays on local history, arms and armor, seashore life, and Dundee's whaling story. The observation area at the top of the castle provides fine views of the Tay estuary and northeast Fife.


Opening hours: Apr-Sept Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 12:30-4pm; Oct-Mar Tues-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 12:30-4pm


Entrance fee: Free



Leave a comment

Make sure you enter the * required information where indicated.

Search Activity

For entering your tips about free activities, together we create better travel value!.


But since this is a open community we cannot guarantee that all content is correct, we therefore advice you to double-check directly with each offer to verify facts, location, opening hours etc.

Subscribe (free)

Now you can subscribe to notifications for new activities listed in chosen categories or destinations. Just Sign up and tick the relevant boxes in your user profile. Absolutely free of charge!

Learn how to