The new V&A Dundee has welcomed its 100,000th visitor in less than a month since opening.
The museum designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, part of the city’s £1 billion waterfront regeneration, opened its doors on September 15.
Grandmother Sheila Harkness from Monifieth, Angus, was the 100,000th person to visit on Monday.
She took a trip to the design museum on the banks of the Tay with daughter Sharron McAllister and grandchildren James, 10 and Kirsty, eight, from Dunfermline, Fife.
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