Verdant Works (Dundee) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... the whole time, I’m glad things have moved on since then! There was also a conversation between them which we heard, which as well as being ent ertaining, taught us a bit about their working day. We were then allowed to move through the exhibition about jute ourselves. There was lots of information, and ... more
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by - written on 04/06/01, updated on 04/06/01 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Dundee is famous for three things – the three ‘J’s which are Jute, Jam and Journalism. It is to the first of these, jute, to which I wish to turn in this opinion. The Verdant Works is a visitor attraction, in the centre of Dundee – it can be a little tricky to find, as the signposting isn’t always as good as it could be, and we had trouble finding the car park (it actually shares the carpark for Comet if you’re considering visiting!). The Verdant Works is a working jute mill, built in 1833, restored in 1991, and is designed for you to take a tour round, learning about the origins of this industrial process, the history of ... Read the complete review
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