Euan’s Guide, who feature disabled access reviews from disabled people and their friends and families, have added Dundee and Angus as the newest locations to be featured in the Accessible Highlights series. With its colourful design and diversity of places featured, the new guide shows the accessible side to Scotland’s UNESCO City of Design and captures the essence of Dundee.
The guide, published today, is part-funded by the VisitScotland Growth Fund with additional support from the Dundee & Angus Convention Bureau and The Northwood Charitable Trust. It suggests ways that disabled visitors might explore the neighbourhoods of the city, from the statue-adorned city centre to the greener surroundings of The Law; the maritime trail by the waterfront leading out to Broughty Ferry and beyond, following the spectacular coastal route to Angus.
Practical information about accessibility is weaved throughout the guide which features locations such as the new V&A Dundee, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Discovery Point and Verdant Works in the city. In Angus, Carnoustie’s famed golf course is featured, along with Arbroath and Crombie Country Park where you can take part in wheelchair accessible orienteering. The new guide can be downloaded by clicking on the image below.