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V&A Dundee - Scotland's First Design Museum

V&A Dundee is a new museum on Dundee's waterfront which has been created to showcase the history of design in Scotland, right through to the present day.

There's lots to see and do inside the spectacular building, which was designed with curving concrete walls to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. Entry to the museum is free, though they do charge for entry to special exhibits. The museum opens on Saturday 15 September 2018.

Getting there is easy, use the table below and our handy V&A map to see which service is best for you, or simply plan your journey    and we'll show you the best option, along with the best tickets to get you there. 

Plan a journey to V&A Dundee

Getting to the V&A Dundee by bus

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 Fife to Dundee

Service 42: St Andrews - Tayport - Dundee

Every 15 minutes Monday to Saturday during the day and every 2 hours on Sunday

Service 53: Glenrothes - Cupar - Dundee

Hourly evening journeys Monday to Saturday and every 2 hours on Sunday

Service 99: St Andrews - Leuchars - Dundee

Every 7-8 minutes Monday to Saturday during the day and every 20 minutes in the evening (7 days a week). The 99 runs every 15 minutes during the day on Sunday

Service X26: Dunfermline - Halbeath P&R - Glenrothes - Cupar - Dundee 

Hourly during the day, 7 days a week

Service X54: Ferrytoll P&R - Halbeath P&R - Glenrothes - Cupar - Dundee

Hourly during the day, 7 days a week

 Perth to Dundee

Service 39: Perth - Carse of Gowrie - Dundee

Hourly Monday to Saturday and every 2 hours on Sunday during the day

Service 57: Perth - Blairgowrie - Alyth - Meigle - Dundee

Hourly Monday to Saturday during the day and every 2 hours in the evening. The 57 runs every 2 hours during the day on Sunday

Service 59: Blairgowrie - Coupar Angus - Dundee

Hourly Monday to Saturday during the day and every 2 hours Saturday evening and Sunday during the day

Service X7: Perth - Dundee

Hourly 7 days a week

 Angus to Dundee

Service 20: Kirriemuir - Forfar - Dundee

Hourly Monday to Saturday and every 2 hours on Sunday

Service 21: Stracathro Hospital - Brechin - Forfar - Dundee

Hourly Monday to Saturday during the day

Service 22: Kirriemuir - Glamis - Dundee

4 journeys per day Monday to Friday and 2 journeys on Saturday

Service 39: Arbroath - Dundee

Every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday

Service 73: Arbroath - Carnoustie - Broughty Ferry - Dundee - Ninewells Hospital

Every 10 minutes Monday to Friday, every 15 minutes on Saturday and every 20 minutes on Sunday. The 73 runs every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday evenings and hourly on Sunday

Service  X7: Montrose - Arbroath - Dundee

Hourly 7 days a week

 Services within Dundee 

Service 20/21:  Kirriemuir - Forfar - Dundee

Every 30 minutes along Forfar Road to the city centre

Service 39: Perth - Dundee - Arbroath

Every 30 minutes  from Ethiebeaton Park, Arbroath Road, Perth Road, Ninewells and Invergowrie to the city centre

Service 57/59: Blairgowrie - Dundee

Every 30 minutes  from Camperdown and Lochee to the city centre

Service 73: Arbroath - Carnoustie - Broughty Ferry - Dundee 

Every 10 minutes  from Monifieth, Broughty Ferry, Menzieshill and Ninewells to the city centre

 Further afield to Dundee

Service  X7: Aberdeen - Stonehaven - Montrose - Dundee

Hourly 7 days a week 

Service X26: Glasgow - Kincardine - Halbeath P&R - Glenrothes - Dundee 

Hourly during the day, 7 days a week

Service X54: Edinburgh - Halbeath P&R - Glenrothes - Dundee

Hourly during the day, 7 days a week

Scottish Citylink services

Citylink operate an extensive network of long distance express coach services within Scotland which, provide frequent links from Glasgow, Stirling, Edinburgh and Aberdeen to Dundee.
 
Services include; 
 
Service M8: Glasgow – Stirling – Perth - Dundee
Service M9: Glasgow - Perth - Dundee
Service M92: Edinburgh – Halbeath – Dundee 
 
Citylink Gold
Service G9: Glasgow – Aberdeen (early morning services call at Dundee) 
Service G92: Edinburgh – Dundee

Visit citylink.co.uk for more information on these services.  Please note that Stagecoach tickets cannot be used on Citylink services and vice versa.

Use our journey planner   to find the best journey for your travel,

other local journeys not shown here may also operate infrequent journeys.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Tickets for travel to V&A Dundee

We have a range of great value tickets for adults, under 16s, under 19s, students and groups:

  • Our tickets offer great value travel within your selected zone, use our handy ticket finder (shown on the right) to find the best ticket for your journey.
  • If you're travelling locally within Dundee, the ABC ticket is a multi-operator smart ticket which means you can travel on any bus in Dundee within the ABC zone. Find out more about the    ABC ticket.

  

How to Buy

  • Single, return, dayrider and ABC tickets can be purchased on the bus. Don't forget - we give change!
  • You can also buy dayrider tickets on our StagecoachBus App. If you haven't downloaded our app yet, you can do so    here.
 

Photographs of the V&A building used on this page and in other areas of the website are courtesy of Visit Scotland/Kenny Lam.