The Dundee Museum of Transport will be reopening on Wednesday, July 15th, along with several other visitor attractions. “We know that it’s important to remain cautious, so we’ve instituted a one-way system and will be limited the number of visitors at the museum at any given time,” stated Katherine Southern, the museum’s Development Manager. “Dundonions are looking for family activities that allow them to remain socially distant, and we hope that people can enjoy the museum with confidence that the museum is working to protect their health.”
The Scottish Government will allow museums, galleries, and other cultural attractions to reopen from the 15th of July. A list of which Dundee attractions will be opening can be found at dundee.com
Dundee Museum of Transport was established in 2010 with the aim of saving and re-developing the site of the former Maryfield Tram Depot. The Museum, currently situated on Market Street in Dundee, opened in 2014 and has become a popular attraction among the City's thriving heritage scene.