Located in the city centre of Dundee, Scotland, close to City Square and housed in a splendid Gothic Revival-style building, the McManus Art Gallery and Museum was voted Dundee’s best loved building in 2000.
The McManus has been at the heart of art and culture in the city since its opening in 1867 – when it was then known as the Albert Institute for Science, Literature and the Arts.
It was renamed ‘McManus Galleries’ in the mid 1980s in recognition of Maurice McManus OBE, twice Lord Provost of Dundee who championed works during the period which stabilised the building.
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