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The McManus combines social history with an impressive painting collection and temporary exhibitions. When it opened in it was regarded with suspicion by some, but now, with its combination of art installations, creative learning programmes, a two-screen Guide to dating in dundee, and a cafe bar with outside seating, it has become a destination that offers as much to fans of blockbusters as to chin-strokers.
There are quiet areas for city-centre contemplation and the Discovery Walk with bronze plaques paying tribute to local inventors and social reformers. The entrance is unsigned and unassuming but listen out for the jazz below.
The Palais takes its creative cues from the s and 60s, namedafter a famous Dundee dancehall and awash with pop culture memorabilia.