V&A Dundee


Admission to V&A Dundee is free

The museum is open seven days a week, 10.00 – 17.00.

Entry to the museum is free. A paid ticket is needed for certain events, activities and temporary exhibitions.

Getting here

Dundee Airport

Dundee Airport is a ten-minute car journey from the museum. Book direct London flights with Loganair.

Parking and drop-off

Coach drop-off points are located directly outside the building with parking available nearby.

Disabled parking bays are available outside the museum. Multiple additional car parks and bays are located nearby.


The museum has been designed as an inclusive and accessible building, a place where everyone feels welcome. A range of access provisions are available at V&A Dundee.

Eating and drinking

For a quick snack, mouth-watering sweet treat or artisan coffee, try out our café, at the heart of the museum. Our Café is open seven days a week, during museum opening hours

Or head upstairs to the Tatha Bar and Kitchen for seasonal, locally-sourced dishes and drinks. Our restaurant is open seven days a week, during museum opening hours, and open evenings Thursday to Sunday until late.


We welcome younger visitors to V&A Dundee with a full programme of events and activities.

Children are welcome in both our café and restaurant and there is a children’s menu available in both locations. On weekends and during the school holidays the picnic room is available to eat packed lunches.

Our visitors are encouraged to breastfeed anywhere on site.


From every-day kitchen products to luxury knitwear, our shop celebrates national and international design.

We showcase designers found within the Scottish Design Galleries, present brand new and exclusive collaborations with contemporary Scottish makers and manufacturers, and feature never-been-seen sketches of our outstanding building by Kengo Kuma.

A rotating programme of temporary shops on the first floor of the museum supports our world-class exhibition programme.


Exhibition tickets

Our exhibitions sometimes require a paid-for ticket and groups of 10 or more will receive a discounted rate. To make sure you have the best experience, let us know in advance if you intend to visit in a group of 10 or more.

Tours and talks

From 2019, we will offer group bookings for talks and guided tours of the museum. The tours will be offered in different languages.

To find out more, contact bookings@vandadundee.org

Access groups and tours

BSL and touch tours for visually impaired and deaf visitors can be arranged. Large print versions of our museum guide will be available at the welcome desk on arrival.

For more information, contact access@vandadundee.org



Coin-operated storage lockers are available on the ground floor, priced £1 (non-refundable). All items left in lockers should be removed before leaving the museum. Lockers are available in two sizes, the largest of which will accommodate an airport hand luggage sized bag.

Luggage and bags

Where possible, please avoid bringing in large items of luggage to the museum to protect our collections. On occasion staff may request that you carry large backpacks in your hands or deposit them in our lockers.

Buggy parking

There is a buggy park located on the ground floor. The buggy park won't be staffed and is used at visitors' own risk.

Baby changing

There are baby changing facilities on all floors.

Exploring the area

We are proud to be situated at the heart of Dundee’s waterfront. As a UNESCO City of Design there's a lot to get involved in and Creative Dundee’s 99 Things to See and Do in Dundee is the perfect crowdsourced guide to help you get to know the city.

V&A Dundee is part of Scotland's Tay Country. From beautiful beaches to a buzzing culture, from serene glens to a tantalising food scene, Scotland's Tay Country is designed to surprise.