Station Park - a staple of Scottish football history
Station Park is a small football ground in the north of Forfar, Angus, Scotland, and the home ground of Forfar Athletic. It’s notable as one of the few old-fashioned football grounds remaining that are still used in the Scottish Football League. The structure allows access to all four edges of the pitch, and a seated grandstand looms over the north side.
Though it’s often overshadowed by destinations like Edinburgh, Dundee is a vibrant and interesting city, with everything you could want from a city break. It boasts fun family attractions like the Dundee Science centre, fascinating historical sites such as the RRS discovery, and a thriving arts culture inherent in many galleries and theatres, all complemented by countless great shops and restaurants. Whether you’re looking to delve into the history of southern Scotland, experience a new take on an established art form, or simply explore somewhere new, Dundee will have something for you.
The McManus - home to the spirit of Dundee
The MacManus is Dundee’s famous art gallery and museum, housed in an impressive Victorian gothic building. The main gallery takes you through some 400 million years of history in the area, and its gallery presents some beautiful exhibitions of art and historicity. If you’re looking for an introduction to Dundee, this is the place to get it!
Planning a trip to Station Park? Travelodge Dundee Strathmore Avenue Hotel is a half-hour drive away, as is Travelodge Dundee Central Hotel.