Levenmouth Whale Project

The Levenmouth Whale Project is a community-led development with global ambitions. Big Art, Engineering and Green Tourism combine to create a unique attraction which will draw local, national and international visitors.

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The Levenmouth Whale Project is an ambitious, community-led, multi-million pound project which aims to transform the Levenmouth area into an international destination by developing an iconic big art project

About the project

Working to develop an iconic community based art project to attract investment and tourism in the Levenmouth community

Summary Overview

Scotland’s first new pier for over a hundred years will lead to the world’s biggest sculpture of breaching whales, as well as incorporating a gourmet restaurant, visitor centre and tidal turbine.

1000-foot long pier

1000-foot long pier in an award-winning contemporary design

100-foot sculpture

100-foot sculpture of humpback whales (with light and music)

Visitor Centre

Visitor Centre with exhibition space, cafe & educational facility

Latest News

Letter on Dundee whale suggestion

Sir, I was surprised to see Kelpies’ sculptor Andy Scott campaign for Dundee Council to commission him to create a...

Levenmouth whales make a splash

Levenmouth Whales are a social media hit as they steer a course to become a charity and trust The Levenmouth...

Public meeting to form steering group

Our steering group is holding another meeting to recruit new members to help take the project forward.The meeting is open...