Aberdeen Maritime Museum
Striking glass-fronted museum complex
Interactive and multi-media displays on city’s maritime heritage and North sea oil and gas industry.
Large green space & gardens
Park featuring an expansive lawn area, playgrounds for kids & both indoor & outdoor gardens.
St Machar’s Cathedral
Site of worship since 580 AD
12th-century cathedral with stained glass windows, heraldic ceiling and John Barbour memorial.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum
Army regiment history museum
Interactive maps, uniforms and weaponry displays tracing the 200-year history of the army regiment.
Woodland, sports pitches & sculptures
Large public space with sports facilities, a playground, woodland walks and a sculpture collection.
Codonas Amusement Park
Amusement park, bowling, circus, and beach
Codona’s Amusement Park is an amusement park based in Aberdeen, Scotland. It was established by the Codona Family in 1969 and is currently managed by the third generation of the family. It is
Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum
Victorian neoclassical art museum
18th-20th century painting and Scottish metalwork collections in late 19th-century granite building.
The Tolbooth Museum
Prison exhibits in a historic jail
Small, preserved 17th-century jail-turned-museum with historical relics & information.
Aberdeen Science Centre
Interactive science exhibits
Science centre with interactive exhibits, experiments, hands-on workshops and live shows.
John Codona’s Pleasure Fairs Ltd
Amusement park with roller coasters
Roller coasters and big wheel in amusement park with indoor adventure golf and tenpin bowling.
Landscaped spot with streams & ponds
Lush site with streams, ponds, waterfalls & rockeries along with a path, bridge, ducks & a monument.
Green space with gardens & a play park
Large riverside park featuring gardens, mature trees, green spaces, a playground & a toilet.
Cruickshank Botanic Garden
Lush spot with variety of plants & trees
Tranquil 11-acre green space established in 1898 with 2,500+ plants, several gardens & an arboretum.
Aberdeen Sheriff Court
David Welch Winter Gardens
Spacious indoor botanical garden
Roomy greenhouse complex with diverse displays of plants & flowers, plus a wedding venue & cafe.
Provost Skene’s House
Dolphin and harbor
The Torry Battery is an artillery battery near Torry in Aberdeen, Scotland, which has overlooked the city’s harbour since 1860. It was originally constructed for nine guns with a defensible barracks
Green space with sports & play areas
Public park with ponds, skateboard ramps & tennis courts, plus a kids’ playground & cycling track.
Brig o’ Balgownie
The Brig o’ Balgownie is a 13th-century bridge spanning the River Don in Old Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland. Construction of the bridge was begun in the late 13th century by Richard Cementarius
King’s College Chapel
Chapel and architecture
Union Terrace Gardens
Formal gardens & an amphitheater
Landscaped sunken & formal gardens in the town center, with an amphitheater & shade trees.
William Wallace Statue, Aberdeen
The William Wallace Statue was erected 1888 in Aberdeen, Scotland, and depicts Sir William Wallace. Sculpted by William Grant Stevenson, the statue is positioned opposite His Majesty’s Theatre
Kirk of St Nicholas
The Kirk of St Nicholas is a historic church located in the city centre of Aberdeen, Scotland. It is now officially known as the “Kirk of St Nicholas Uniting” as it has membership of both of
Footdee Mission Hall
Union Terrace, Aberdeen
Union Terrace is a single carriageway street in the city centre of Aberdeen. At the south end, it has a junction with Union Street, at Union Bridge and Bridge Street; and at the north end, it
Donmouth Local Nature Reserve
Nature preserve on the river’s edge
Riverside nature preserve known for its variety of wildlife, including waterfowl & seals.
Royal residence with ballroom art show
Scottish Baronial style mansion and summer home of the royal family, with ballroom art collection.
North Sea Trail
The North Sea Trail is an international long-distance path linking seven countries and 26 partner areas in Northern Europe around the North Sea. The project’s aims are to support sustainable
Marischal Museum was a museum in Aberdeen, Scotland, specialising in anthropology and artifacts from cultures around the world. Part of the University of Aberdeen, it was situated at Marischal
St. Andrew’s Cathedral
Church from 1817 with traditional choir
Early-1800s Episcopal church built of sandstone & granite with a well-known choir & frequent events.
17th-century turreted baronial castle
Castle dating from 1626, with original Jacobean woodwork, plaster ceilings and portrait collection.
Grosvenor Casino Aberdeen
Chain casino with on-site bar & dining
Modern chain casino with gaming tables and slot machines, a grill restaurant and a late bar.
Leopard Sculpture by Kelpies Artist Andy Scott
Victoria Park, Aberdeen
Victoria Park is a small park in the city of Aberdeen, Scotland. The park has an area of five hectares and was opened to the public in 1871. It is named after Queen Victoria. In the center of
Girdle Ness Lighthouse
Girdle Ness Lighthouse is situated near Torry Battery on the Girdle Ness peninsula just south of the entrance to Aberdeen’s harbour, in Scotland. It is an active light, managed by the Northern Lighthouse Board.
The Locked Door Escape Games
Persley Walled Garden
Rubislaw Quarry was opened in 1740 and is located at the Hill of Rubislaw in the west end of the Scottish city of Aberdeen. In 1778/9, Aberdeen City Council sold it to a businessman for £13,
Hazlehead Park Pets Corner
Duthie Park Bandstand
The Salvation Army
Gilcomston South Church
Gilcomston Church is a congregation, formerly in the Church of Scotland, which meets in the recently refurbished church buildings of the Gilcomston South Church of Scotland on Union Street, Aberdeen
Aberdeen St. Mark’s Church of Scotland
Nigg Bay, Aberdeen
Nigg Bay in Aberdeen is located to the east of the southern part of the City of Aberdeen.
Nature reserve and nature
Wellington Suspension Bridge
The Wellington Suspension Bridge is a suspension bridge crossing the River Dee from Ferryhill to Craiglug in Aberdeen, north east Scotland. Designed by Captain Samuel Brown and the Aberdeen City
Den of Maidencraig
Nature reserve and nature