An extinct volcano formed around 400 million years ago, The Law's 572-foot peak is the city's highest point, the most distinctive landmark and an enduring attraction for visitors and locals.

At a height of 572 feet above sea level, The Law provides a popular, easily accessed vantage point placed high above the centre of Dundee.

You can reach the peak easily on foot or by bus or car.

At the top of The Law is a war memorial to the fallen in both world wars which is lit on significant days.

Dundee Science Centre

Looking to the future, the Dundee Science Centre hopes to inspire the scientists of tomorrow. It is part of the Scottish Science Centres Network and offers a fun way to learn about all things science-related.

Cox's Stack

Cox's Stack is an 85m (282 ft) high chimney in the Lochee area of the city and one of the remaining relics of Dundee's once buoyant jute industry. It was constructed in 1866 and formed part of the Cox Brothers' Camperdown Works, one of the largest jute factories of its time. Modelled on an Italian campanile, the Stack was designed by local architect James MacLaren.