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The People's Museum - The McManus at 150 (1867-2017) (2nd Hand Softback)

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The McManus : The public has been visiting Dundee's Art Gallery & Museum for generations - with an estimated 150,000 guests passing through its doors every year. 

. . . “How many generations of kids have gone through it and why do adults still come back to it day after day? Because they love it. What people particularly love about this building is that it's been here for so long and so many generations have come through it and they've all found something different in it which is special to them and that was reflected in the atmosphere today. It has a place in people’s hearts which is quite special and you can't create that or market it, it's got to be earned by people coming back".

This book captures the celebrations that marked the 150th Anniversary year of this very special museum.

Words by : Anna Day

Full Colour Photographs : Alan Richardson.

  • Format : Larger 2nd Hand Softback
  • Condition : As New
  • Category : Non-Fiction - Scotland
  • Published : 2018 (Big Sky Books)
  • ISBN : 9780956957870
  • SKU : B003305
  • PPC : SP300gm
  • RRP : £15
  • Quantity Available : 1 only.

Full Colour throughout. 108pp.

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The Museum

The McManus : Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum is a Gothic Revival-style building, located in the centre of Dundee, Scotland. The building houses a museum and art gallery with a collection of fine and decorative art as well as a natural history collection. It is protected as a Category A listed building.

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