The McManus’ Reflections on Celts exhibition has had its run extended until 2017 due to its popularity.
The exhibition was originally intended to close on Monday.
Organised in partnership with National Museums Scotland and the British Museum, it explores the relationships between communities in the Britain 2,000 years ago.
One of the most popular features of the exhibition has been a 3D visualisation of a hillfort on Dundee Law, created by Dundee University’s 3DVisLab.
It has now also been made available on YouTube and the museum’s Facebook page.
Christina Donald, curator of early History at the McManus, said “We are delighted to announce that the exhibition has been extended to allow people more time to visit.
The partnership with National Museums Scotland and the British Museum has been very successful and I would encourage everyone to get along and see these Iron Age mirrors alongside objects from our own collections.”
Jilly Burns, head of partnerships at National Museums Scotland said: “Increasing access to and engagement with the national collections all across the country is a key aim for National Museums Scotland.
“Reflections on Celts has been a highly successful example of this, working with the British Museum and partners including the McManus who have added richly to the display with additional objects and interpretation.
“We are delighted to be able to extend the exhibition through to March and give more people the opportunity to go and see these wonderful objects”
The exhibition is free and will now run until March 26.