You can book your tickets online, or tickets can be purchased on the day of arrival at Verdant Works or our sister museum Discovery Point.



Admission Information


You don’t have to pre-book tickets, but if you would like to make a booking online, you can do.

Alternatively, you can buy tickets on the day when you arrive at Verdant Works or our sister museum, Discovery Point. 

General Admission / Joint with Discovery Point

Adult Price *

£14.00 / £24.50

Concession Price *

£10.50 / £20.50

Child Price *

£00.00 / £9.50

Family Price*

£28.00 / £58.00


Joint Admission includes access to our sister museum Discovery Point.

*Family price is for two adults and two children.
All paid admissions will also receive a free annual pass allowing you to return as often as you like for the next 12 months at no extra cost.
Children under 16 gain free admission to Verdant Works. Child joint price is for ages 5 to 16
The concession price covers school pupils over 16, students and those over 65 years.

Kids under 16 need to be accompanied by a supervising adult.

Guide dogs are not allowed to be unattended and must always be on a lead.

What you will see

The story of jute and the story of Dundee are inseparable. The industry employed 50,000 people in the city at its peak and supplied much of the world’s demand for jute goods. As you explore the self-led museum at your own pace, you will:

  • Soak up the atmosphere of the cobbled 19th-century courtyard.
  • Enter a busy jute office of 1900 and meet some characters of the period.
  • Find out how jute was harvested in India, how and why it came to Dundee and more about Dundee’s bustling docks.
  • Experience the incredible sounds of the machines and see the jute process from raw fibre to woven cloth.
  • See a typical Dundee ‘palette’, and learn about tenement life and the health of the mill workers.
  • Discover who ‘kettle bilers’ were and all about the reversal of traditional gender roles in Dundee – finding out about mill girls, Suffragettes and the unions.
  • Visit the Victorian Half-Time School and also see how the workers spend their precious leisure time.
  • Enjoy drop-in family activities in our specially designed Red Box learning hub.
  • Appreciate the stunning mill architecture from the two viewing platforms in the High Mill and watch in awe as the 1801 Boulton & Watt beam engine tuns into action.

Don’t forget to stop by our gift shop and our award-winning café to get a well-earned cup of tea and Dundee cake!





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Verdant Works
West Henderson’s Wynd
Dundee DD1 5BT

t: +44 (0)1382 309060


Additional travel information:

By rail – Dundee is on the main East Coast line, and the railway station is approximately ten minutes from Verdant Works.

You can book your Train tickets now on the Trainline website.

By bus – Most buses from Fife stop at Greenmarket, which is just at the side of the railway station, so only a ten-minute walk to Verdant Works. If you are coming from Forfar, Verdant Works is a short walk from the High Street. All buses from Perth, Blairgowrie and Coupar Angus stop outside the Overgate shopping centre. For those travelling from further afield by bus, Verdant Works is a 20-minute walk from the Dundee bus station. In the summertime, you can take the Xplore Dundee tour bus, which will lead you to Verdant Works; the main hop-on stop is at our sister museum, Discovery Point. You can view the Dundee Xplore bus map for local bus routes and stops.

By Bike, Just outside Verdant Works, you can find a regular bike rack to secure your bike. Verdant Works is perfect for a ‘rechariging’ pit stop at our award-winning Cafe. Along Riverside, about a 15-minute walk away from Verdant Works, you will find Dundee Cycle Hub, the place to hire a bike to cycle the extensive cycle routes around Dundee.

By road – Verdant Works is in the Blackness area of Dundee on West Henderson’s Wynd. On entering Dundee, you should follow signs for ‘city centre’, and Verdant Works is signposted throughout the city. Enter the DD1 5BT postcode in your sat nav. Free car & coach parking is available in our dedicated car park. If you need an alternative car park, you can find them on the Dundee city Parking map, which includes EV charging points.

If you are using our cark park, please remember to register your vehicle at our reception area, with our friendly front of house staff to be eligible for free parking.


For Accommodation nearby, see here.

Please note that there are no luggage storage facilities available at Verdant Works.


Responsible visitor charter


By following our Responsible Visitor Charter, you can be sure of making the most of your stay while helping to look after the environment. 

Give the driver a break – leave the car behind and see the best of our city by walking, cycling and using public transport. Many walking and cycling routes offer great views and access to places that cars can’t get to. 

Buy local produce – support our local farmers and producers who play such a valuable role in growing the local economy and preserving the landscape by buying local and regional produce. 

Reduce, reuse, recycle – waste less, reduce the impact on the environment and recycle your waste. Support local businesses and attractions by purchasing their ‘Bags for Life’ and cutting down on plastic use. Don’t buy bottled water. Bring a reusable water bottle and refill from the ‘tap’. When using toilet facilities, please use water wisely and remember not to leave taps running. 

Look after the Tay – waste water ends up in the Tay River and finally, the sea, so be careful what you wash away. Help cut down on the phosphates going into our water systems by reusing towels in your accommodation to reduce the amount of washing. Save water by turning off the tap when brushing your teeth, and consider taking a shower instead of a bath. 

Support local culture & heritage – visit important heritage buildings and museums and attend local events and festivals – to help keep Scottish culture alive. 

Support sustainable tourism businesses – consider using tourism providers that are committed to looking after our landscape and wildlife and reducing its impact on the environment. Seek out, eco-certified tourism providers. 

Enjoy your stay – and come back time and time again, and we can all help to protect this place for generations to come! 

Accessibility Guide

Dundee Heritage Trust has made a concerted effort to ensure our facilities and displays are accessible to all. Visit our dedicated accessibility page for full information here.

You can view the route from Dundee Train Station to Verdant Works and Verdant Works on

Contact Us

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trip to the Verdant Works, do not hesitate to get in touch with the team

Verdant Works

West Henderson’s Wynd 



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