Prices for the first ever exhibit at the new Dundee V&A have been revealed.
Tickets have now gone on sale for Ocean Liners: Speed and Style which will appear at the hotly-anticipated attraction until February 24 2019.
The V&A opens on Saturday September 15 – however tickets for the first two days have yet to go on general release.
Tickets start from £9 for adults, £7 for concessions, £5 for kids aged 5-12 (if bought online) while kids under 5 are free.
General entrance to the V&A is free, however those wishing to see specialist exhibits will have to pay.
The first exhibit will show what it would have been like on-board one the ‘great floating palaces’ as ocean liners became one of the most powerful and admired symbols of 20th century.
The opening weekend of the £80m building, designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, will be accompanied by a two-day arts festival.
How much do tickets to Ocean Liners: Speed and Style cost?
V&A Dundee is a new museum which is free to enter, with free galleries and activities, and paid-for major exhibitions. A range of concessions will be available to make the temporary exhibitions as accessible as possible.
Ocean Liners: Speed and Style ticket prices:
Off-peak (Monday – Friday and outwith school holidays): £10 per adult; £8 for seniors and students or with a Young Scot Card; £6 for children aged 5-12; free for children under 5.
Standard (Saturday – Sunday): £12 per adult; £10 for seniors and students or with a Young Scot Card; £8 for children aged 5-12; free for children under 5.
Flexible family tickets: 10% off total for any family group consisting of at least one adult visiting with one or more children aged 15 or under.
Groups of 10 or more are entitled to a 10% discount.
All tickets bought online will qualify for a £1 discount per ticket.