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The Dundee United experience tours, which incorporate the "United in Memories" display, take place every Wednesday at 1pm and last around two hours. As places on the tours are limited, we kindly ask all prospective visitors to pre book in early course to avoid disappointment. Requests can be placed by contacting Riki at Tannadice Park on 01382 833166 option 5 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visitors are guided by volunteers from the Dundee United Business Club who look forward to showing interested parties around some areas of Tannadice Park not normally open to the public and viewing many articles of interest pertaining to the history of Dundee Hibernian and Dundee United Football Club.
There is no restriction on numbers if you simply wish to view the "United in Memories" display on level one of the main entrance in Tannadice Street.
Although no charge is to be made for "The Dundee United Experience", there is the opportunity for visitors to make a donation which would be gratefully received by Dundee United Business Club and will be used by them to further enhance their continuing displays and tours of Tannadice Park.
United In Memories Display: The Jerry Kerr Era
The Dundee United in Memories Display is currently featuring the Jerry Kerr era - please note this display will be publically available for the last time on Wednesday 8th November 2018.
A club sitting in 35th place out of 37 in the Scottish Leagues was, within seven years, transformed into a much respected institution with a modern ground and players capable of not only qualifying for European Competition but of taking on and beating Barcelona and Juventus. United also appeared for the first time in their history in both League Cup and Scottish Cup semi finals and received invitations to tour the world representing Scottish Football and of course the proud City of Dundee. All this and much more can be attributed to the appointment in July 1959 of John (Jerry) Kerr as Manager of Dundee United.
Come along to this new display containing many items on display for the first time showcasing the work of the magician that was Jerry Kerr and of some wonderful players who entertained Scottish football fans throughout the 1960s. The display is open each Wednesday from 1pm till 3.45pm. Entry is free via the main door at Tannadice Park with easy disabled access.