V&A Dundee's incredible opening weekend drew in thousands of visitors to the city centre.
IN PHOTOS: Lorraine Kelly and Brian Cox join hundreds of members of the public enjoying first look inside V&A Dundee
V&A Dundee’s first day of opening to the public has also attracted some famous local faces. Actor Brian Cox and TV presenter Lorraine Kelly are among those touring the building today. Architect Kengo Kuma has also returned to meet visitors and pose for photos.
V&A Dundee’s opening was celebrated in spectacular style at the 3D Festival on Friday night. Music and dancing gave way to an awe-inspiring light and firework show as thousands of people enjoyed a carnival atmosphere. The action continues on Saturday. Follow full coverage here.
Dundee’s big V&A party is off to a barnstorming start. A concert featuring Primal Scream, Be Charlotte, Tallia Storm and local dance acts has created a carnival atmosphere in Slessor Gardens.
The world's media was given a first look inside V&A Dundee on Wednesday morning.
The Courier was given special early access inside the new V&A Dundee design museum.
Simple Minds, Chrissie Hynd and KT Tunstall kicked off Dundee’s big week with three hit-filled sets that thrilled a huge crowd at Slessor Gardens. Music fans will be back at Slessor Gardens on Friday for the 3D Festival celebrating the opening of V&A Dundee on Saturday.
The 30th Dundee Flower and Food Festival is well under way, with thousands of visitors enjoying beautiful sunny weather on Friday’s opening day. The entertainment continues at Camperdown Park all weekend. For more, visit www.facebook.com/dundeeflowerandfoodfestival
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Dundee Flower and Food Festival returns on Friday for another three days of family fun and entertainment.
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