To promote and support genealogical studies and family history education nationally with particular relevance to Aberdeen City and the North East of Scotland.
Discover Aberdeen Art Gallery's magnificent and important art collection.
Aberdeen Beach is a well-loved and extremely popular recreational area of the city.
Aberdeen City Libraries comprises the Central Library plus 16 Community Libraries and Home Library Service.
Cruises from Aberdeen Harbour including fully narrated Harbour Tours, Dolphin Adventure and "Fish & Ships" cruise.
We at Aberdeen executive tours would like to offer a fast, local and friendly service to the tourists of Aberdeen. We are very passionate about our service and have extensive knowledge of our area. We have a proven track record of great customer service and returning customers. We strive to ensure you all have a great day out, whether it’s on our whisky galore tour or our castle tour.
Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre believe that it's the people who make it memorable: with in-house AV/IT, Catering, Event Management & PCO teams you have the peace of mind that your event will be a success!
Aberdeen Football Club has, since its foundation in 1903, developed a reputation, both nationally and internationally, as one of the UK's best known clubs. The Club has and will continue to nurture talent and embrace opportunity and change in an innovative manner.
Discover more about the award winning Aberdeen Maritime Museum and the unique collection it hosts.
Come along to Satrosphere Science Centre for a fun-filled day out for the whole family! Satrosphere is Scotland’s first science and discovery centre and since opening in 1990, we have been engaging people with science through our interactive, hands-on exhibits and live science shows.
This tour offers you the opportunity to discover the delights of the Granite City.
Aberdeen Snowsports Centre is now hailed by the governing body, Snowsports Scotland, as one of best snowsports centres in the country.
Providing world class sport and exercise opportunities for everyone in the community
The fun way to explore Aberdeen! Can you follow the route on this self guided Spy Mission Treasure Trail and solve the clues like a true secret agent?
We offer an exciting range of bespoke tours in Aberdeen city, Aberdeenshire, Grampian and the Highlands. Our experienced tour guides have a wealth of knowledge about the history and culture of the area. With your own personal chauffeur to drive you in comfort and style, we hope you enjoy a memorable experience created by our friendly people and the unique places of Scotland.
Impressive Neo-Gothic Town House
Aberlour Whisky Distillery Speyside Scotland "Where the past lingers in the present". Our exclusive, fascinating and in-depth whisky tours of the distillery allows visitors plenty of time to enjoy a memorable experience. Relaxed and informal, you have the chance to nose and taste new distillate and five of our best single malts. For many, the highlight of the whisky tour is the opportunity to hand-fill and purchase your very own personalised bottle of single cask selection. The perfect memento.
The aboyne Golf Course is a fabulous test of golf for golfers of all abilities, a superb golf course which is maintained to the highest standards. A warm welcome awaits members, visitors and parties alike both on course, in the clubhouse which has full Bar and catering facilities and in the Pro Shop. When you have played Aboyne Golf Course once you will come back time and time again. Online booking now available through the website.
Tucked away in 55 acres of stunning scenery literally a stone’s throw from Aboyne Loch, The Lodge on the Loch’s unparalleled surroundings and exceptional facilities are amongst the most impressive in Scotland’s North East.
Enjoy quality shopping by day and by night, some of the best bars and restaurants in town.
Venue includes 3 meeting/conference rooms, small gallery for exhibitions and a 350 seat theatre.
Aden Country Park in Mintlaw is a 230 acre park in the heart of Buchan. Aden offers a warm welcome, beautiful surroundings, and a wide range of opportunities for relaxation and recreation for individuals, families, and groups to enjoy.
Adventure First Ltd offer a large range of outdoor adventure activities in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire for people of all ages and abilities. Come and try gorge walking, rock climbing, coasteering, surfing, mountaineering and much, much more!
I provide driver-guided tours for parties of up to 8 people, and guiding services for larger parties by arrangement. Each tour can be tailored to your own requirements – or you can choose from a variety of prepared itineraries.
Unveiled by Queen Victoria on 13th October 1863, two years after Prince Albert’s death
The course is challenging to golfers of all ages and ability without being physically demanding.
Scotlands first 2ft Narrow Gauge passenger railway, running a service every 40 min. from Alford to Haughton Park, through the delightful Alford Golf Club.
We offer tailor made fly fishing, shooting and stalking holidays, let along with our luxury self catering holiday cottages. We specialise in providing fly-fishing, shooting and stalking outings in a relaxed family atmosphere.
Auchenblae Golf Course is a short but demanding nine-hole course hidden away in rural Aberdeenshire.
Picture a corner of Scotland with a delightful warmth of welcome, together with breathtaking scenery and an interesting and challenging golf course and you've discovered Ballater.
Ballogie Estate Enterprises is a family run land management business established in 1850 covering 6000 acres on Deeside, Aberdeenshire.
Aberdeenshire Council Country Park
Set amongst the magnificent scenery of Royal Deeside, in the shadows of Lochnagar, is the Balmoral Estate.
A challenging 18 hole coastal course with many hills, as well as a more gentle 9 hole pitch and putt which is ideal for beginners.
Set above the bonnie banks of the Royal river - The River Dee.
Being a coastal area, there really is no better way of exploring what’s on offer than by boat!
Cycling on Our Coast
With many breathtaking views, you are sure to find a path that suits you.
A special multi purpose venue in Aberdeen with stunning beach views.
If you're looking to escape the bustle of the Granite City and find a different kind of excitement, Bedlam Aberdeen Paintball is the place to be. Also known as Bedlam Edzell, this purpose-built facility offers the best paintball in the north of Scotland.
The Belmont Filmhouse is Aberdeen's foremost independent cinema situated at the heart of the city. Since April 2014 it has been operated by the Centre for the Moving Image.
Bennachie is a distinctive hill and can be seen from miles around. It is one of the most popular places to visit in North East Scotland. Enjoy a gentle stroll, an energetic hill walk, watch wildlife, or just relax and enjoy the amazing vistas.
Blue Badge Guide specialising in tours of Aberdeenshire's castle, gardens and folklore.
Royal Deeside Bike Hire and Guided Tours delivered throughout the North East of Scotland.
Blairs Museum offers the opportunity to view spectacular collections of paintings, church textiles, sacred silver and Jacobite memorabilia spanning over 500 years.
Bon Accord & St Nicholas are situated in the heart of Aberdeen City Centre and boast the strongest retail mix in the city.
A significant green space, Bon Accord Terrace Gardens is ideally located in the heart of the city centre.
The Book of Deer is one of Scotland’s most important manuscripts. It is a small (154mm x 107mm) Gospel Book and the Visitor Centre details and documents the importance of the manuscript.
Experience 400 years of highland history in this hunting lodge and hear stories of royals, rebels, redcoats and clans. Expect a warm welcome in the only castle in Scotland run by local volunteers and take a guided or audio tour.
Braemar is the highest 18 hole golf course in Scotland at around 1,200 feet above sea level.
Travel in a comfortable 4x4 into remote parts of the Cairngorms National Park where you are likely to see red and roe deer, mountain hares, red and black grouse, red squirrels, golden eagles and perhaps ospreys.
Local legend suggests that this bridge was started by Bishop Henry Cheyne in the late 13th or early 14th century and completed by Robert the Bruce.
A warm welcome awaits you at Buckpool Golf Club.
The Cabin Equestrian Centre is a BHS approved Riding School, Where to Train, Livery Yard and Pony Club Centre. We teach all ages and standards from 4 years upwards. 4.5 miles of off-road hacking. 2 Indoor and 1 outdoor all weather arenas. Cafeteria. Busy show centre with competitions every weekend.
The Glen Tanar Visitor Centre features car parking and visitor facilities, including a permanent exhibition explaining the history, management and wildlife of the Estate.
Cambus O'May is a place that you will want to visit again and again. It has lochans, bridges and winding trails through the Scots Pine on waymarked routes. The views are terrific. You can see up Deeside to the mountains beyond.
Share with us the story of the only malt distillery pioneered by a woman.
"Cead Mile Failte" A hundred Thousand Welcomes await you in beautiful Aberdeenshire and Speyside. Why not join us for a Castle & distillery Tour? Sample your favourite whisky in one of the famous distilleries in Speyside, and visit one of the many "Fairy Tale Castles" while you take in the wonderful scenery in Aberdeen and the north east. Tours start from your hotel, airport or station and we return you to your hotel early evening. Tours can be tailor made to suit your requirements.
Castle Fraser is one of the grandest of the Scottish baronial tower houses.
Cineworld Aberdeen Queens Link is a 9 screen cinema situated on a busy leisure park.
Cineworld Union Square is Aberdeen's biggest cinema.
The team at Claymore Paintball welcome you to the exciting world of Skirmish Paintball!
Cocoa Ooze produce luxury handmade chocolates at the family run coffee shop in Peterculter, Aberdeen. Come along to see the chocolates being made or take part in one of our chocolate making workshops.
Indoor and outdoor amusement park.
Coffee 'n' Kidz is now open and Bruce the bear is very excited to see all the boys and girls! Now boasting added rooms and play equipment, the centre promises a fun day out for children of all ages be it for a special occasion or just some extreme play time.
Aberdeen Watersports offer a variety of Scuba Diving courses for the complete beginner to the qualified diver.
Walk in Countesswells or Foggieton on the outskirts of Aberdeen and you'll be led through a variety of woodland from the huge mature conifers to open viewpoints over the surrounding farmland.
The Cowdray Hall is one of city's most popular concert venues accentuated by superb acoustics.
Cragganmore Distillery, on the banks of the river Spey, is home to one of the most complex and characterful malt whiskies of the revered Speyside region.
Craibstone Golf Course is an 18 hole course on the edge of Aberdeen, which since March 2011 has been owned and operated by Marshall Leisure. The ethos of the whole club is to provide a relaxing and enjoyable experience for members and visitors, since at its core golf is meant to be a leisure pursuit. Accordingly we continually invest in new equipment, facilities and systems to ensure that golf at Craibstone remains an enjoyable experience.
This fairytale castle, a fine example of Scottish Baronial architecture, seems to have grown naturally out of the rolling hills.
Fairytale-like turrets, gargoyles of fantastic design and the ancient Horn of Leys given in 1323 by Robert the Bruce, just a few of the features of this historic castle.
A truly magnificent traditional links golf course, with stunning views, quirky holes and a stunning clubhouse. Providing an 18 hole Championship course and a testing 9 hole St Olaf course
This beautiful and peaceful Garden offers year round interest to visitors.
Cullen is a traditional Scottish links course with magnificent views over the Moray Firth where dolphins are regularly seen.
A world class Curling venue, with six lanes of curling ice, lounge and meeting rooms.
Cyclehighlands is Aberdeenshire's leading cycle centre and specialises in bike rental and mountain bike guiding in Royal Deeside.
The David Welch Winter Gardens at the Duthie Park are one of Europe’s largest indoor gardens.
Based on Royal Deeside in Grampian, Aberdeenshire we offer a range of outdoor and corporate team building activities and events.
The Deeside Gliding Club offers some of the best soaring in Britain! For newcomers to the sport, trial lessons are available, conducted by qualified instructors in dual controlled gliders.
Dating from 1030 the Castle is steeped in Scottish history, yet still gives the atmosphere of a lived in home.
An interesting site with grassland, wetland and ancient woodland habitats.
Our brewery taproom serves up the freshest BrewDog beer on the planet!
Intelligence, elegance and good looks, us bottlenose dolphins have it all. Watch us from Torry Battery car park, Aberdeen where you can get fantastic views of us feeding at the harbour mouth.
Donmouth Local Nature Reserve is a beach site in the historic Old Aberdeen part of the City, where the River Don meets the sea.
Doonies Rare Breeds Farm is a member of the Rare Breeds Survival Trust and is one of only two farms in Scotland to be awarded “ Approved Conservation Farm Park Status.”
The combination of a 13th-century square tower, a Jacobean mansion house and the additions of the Victorian lairds make Drum Castle unique among Scottish castles.
A magnificent early Georgian mansion, designed by William Adam for the Earl of Fife, and is now open as a Country House Gallery of the National Galleries of Scotland.
Although close to the sea, the Duff House Royal Golf Course is a flat beautifully manicured parkland course, with outstanding greens and little rough. The Course is challenging yet enjoyable for golfers of all abilities.
Spectacular and evocative ruined cliff-top Castle - once seen, never forgotten.
Dunnottar is a wonderful woodland for all the family to enjoy with wildlife, a rich diversity of wild flowers, and many historical features such as Lady Kennedy's Bath, an ice house and the Shell House.
Duthie Park is both regionally and nationally important, as it is one of the best purposely designed public parks in Scotland.
A Scot with over 25 years’ Blue Badge guiding experience and more than 30 years’ working with Scotland’s visitors.
No one entertains like the SMWS and their Whisky Ambassadors bring their rare and exclusive single malts to life in whisky tastings at any location around the UK
Fettercairn distillery has been in operation since 1824, making it one of Scotland's oldest malt whisky distilleries.
The River Dee is the worlds top spring salmon river. The FishDee website provides detailed information and access to 48 out of 49 River Dee salmon fisheries for game anglers. Rods are available online to rent and detailed beat information from all the fisheries is provided.
The River Dee is internationally famous for its salmon fishing, especially for its multi-sea winter spring salmon, with anglers coming from all over the world to fish. It has historically been thought of as the top spring Atlantic Salmon river in the world (Feb-May).
Forvie NNR includes the Ythan Estuary and is a wild, sandy landscape with wildlife and walks through dunes, along cliffs and across heather moorland. The visitor centre is at Collieston.
I specialise in City Tours of Aberdeen, Castle Tours around the region and Distillery Tours in the North of Scotland.
Fraserburgh Golf Club, Traditional Links Course, 7th Oldest Golf Club In The World. Established 1777.
Step back in time through 400+ years of history at Fraserburgh Heritage Centre.
The charm of Fyvie ranges from its 13th-century origins to its stunning Edwardian interiors.
Fyvie Golf Course opened in 2003 as the latest 'pay and play' golf venue in Aberdeenshire.
Shopping Centre within the heart of the city centre.
This bronze figure by Scottish sculptor Thomas Stuart Burnett (1853-1888) was a donation from the Clan Gordon.
This work was the first large public statue in Aberdeen and the first statue in Britain to be carved in granite
One of the least disturbed areas of lowland woodland remaining in Aberdeenshire.
For over 200 years Glen Garioch Distillery has been handcrafting a beautiful range of natural, non chill-filtered single malt whiskies.
Founded in 1840 by brothers John and James Grant. Guided tours of production areas and warehouse followed by a tasting of Glen Grant Single Malt Whisky, Woodland Garden, Picnic Area, Gift Shop and Coffee Shop.
Set in a peaceful location of outstanding natural beauty in the Cairngorms National Park, Glentanar Equestrian Centre offers safe, quality riding along riverside, woodland and mountain trails.
Glenfarclas Distillery - Experience the Spirit of Independence.
At the home of the worlds most awarded single malt, enjoy the legacy of our founder William Grant with a range of distillery tours to suit all visitors.
On the banks of Glassaugh burn, at the east end of the beautiful Sandend Bay, James Moir founded Glenglassaugh distillery in 1875.
Glenmuick Estate is a traditional sporting estate situated in the heart of Royal Deeside and the Cairngorms National Park, surrounded by some of Scotland's most beautiful scenery and filled with all the wildlife, epic landscapes and sporting opportunity that make Scotland such a truly special place.
Glenshee - adventure in the making!
Go Ape Crathes Castle is a great day out if you’re looking for adventure activities near Aberdeen. Set in the grounds of historic Crathes Castle, we’re proud to unveil one of our new skateboard zip wires.
Integrating mazes, special events and escape games! Are you looking for something fun to do then take on the challenge of the maze, with three exciting ways to experience the fun in these aMAZEing places.
A living museum that probes the past, present and future of land travel and transport in the North East of Scotland, with exciting climb aboard vehicles and fun for all the family.
Learn to surf with Granite Reef Surf School in Aberdeen!
The Haddo landscape, of which the Country park is part, is an early example of 18th and mid 19th Century landscape. The park comprises a pleasant mix of open water, mature woods and grassland, some of which contains a diverse range of wild flowers.
An elegant mansion house with stunning late Victorian interiors.
The Hayfield Equestrian Centre is beautifully situated in Hazlehead Park, just 15 minutes from Aberdeen City Centre. With 45 well trained horses and ponies and qualified instructors it is a friendly place which provides for all levels of riders.
Hazlehead offers three picturesque courses and a Pitch and Putt course.
Hazlehead Park is on the outskirts of Aberdeen and is popular with sports enthusiasts, walkers, families and picnickers.
Delve into the hidden, lost and forgotten history of Aberdeen's streets with the city's ONLY commercial walking tour company!
Unique personal tours of Royal Deeside, the ‘Royal Valley’ in a luxury 4x4 car
His Majesty’s Theatre offers a magical experience to all who attend and a visit will guarantee you leave with more than you expected. Enjoy the pre-show buzz of anticipation in the foyer, take in the awe-inspiring beauty of the auditorium, listen to the orchestra tuning up and then feel the excitement when the lights down for showtime. After the performance you’ll leave with an overwhelming feeling of enjoyment and will want to tell everyone about your visit.
HJS Helicopters conduct two types of experience flights, Trial lessons and Scenic Flights all year round, and occasionally Special Event flight.
Remarkable for its splendid architecture, Huntly Castle served as a baronial residence for five centuries.
Huntly Falconry flies birds of prey at the Centre every day throughout the season, and externally at events and shows in Scotland and England.
Huntly is a parkland course in the shadow of Huntly Castle.
Situated on the outskirts of Stonehaven we bring you a little bit of Alaska to the North East. Unfortunately we can’t guarantee any snow but we can guarantee an experience to remember. This is a full hands-on experience to get fully involved with the pack, running the dogs using a 3 wheeled cart called a rig.
Few 9 holers match the variety and cunning of this beautifully crafted course.
A delightful 18 hole parkland golf course nestling between the distinctive peaks of Bennachie and Dunnideer.
With rolling dunes, rugged rock shores & beautiful beaches, this course offers the areas unspoilt beauty as a backdrop to an enjoyable and challenging game.
Outstanding salmon and sea trout fishing on the River Dee in the heart of Royal Deeside.
Inverurie Golf Club is situated in a pleasant area on the outskirts of the town overlooking the Don valley. The course is mainly parkland with some tree-lined holes on the inward half.
One of the most charming areas in the city.
Kartstart is an all-weather, indoor motorsport karting circuit.
Keith Golf Course lies in the heart of Malt Whisky country.
The course presents golfers of all standards with a set of unique challenges testing both power and placement. The course is beautifully presented with manicured and subtly contoured greens, set against a backdrop of beautiful Aberdeenshire scenery.
Fine example of a 13th century castle.
Kincorth Hill Local Nature Reserve is on the southern edge of Aberdeen and has a mix of grassland, woodland and heathland.
Aberdeen’s most elaborate granite sculpture was designed by Alfred Drury RA and carved by James Philip.
The Crown Tower remains one of the most adored, historic and beautiful emblems and icons of our University.
King’s Museum lies at the heart of the University's Old Aberdeen campus. As well as being Scotland's newest museum, it may also be the oldest as its origins lie in a museum collection established in King's College in 1727.
Kings Links 18 hole course is a traditional well-established links course, running parallel with the Aberdeen beachfront.
Kinnaird Head Castle and the adjacent Wine Tower are two of the best preserved structures of the ancient “nine castles of the knuckle” situated along the Buchan coast.
18 hole golf course located approximately 13 miles to the North of Aberdeen just off the A96 and is within 8 miles of Aberdeen Airport.
Kirkhill has something for everyone! Whether you are walking, horse riding or cycling. There are great views all round from the summit of Tyrebagger Hill at the Tappie Tower.
The gallery shows the work of modern Central European and Scottish artists. It always has a lively, colourful and diverse collection of handsomely framed oil paintings, acrylics, etchings and engravings, available at a wide variety of prices.
The oldest continually operating rural mill in the country, Knockando Woolmill has been manufacturing tweeds and blankets on the banks of the Knockando Burn since 1784. Recognised as a site of international historic importance, the Woolmill was awarded substantial funding and has undergone major refurbishment. The Victorian textile machinery is has been fully restored and visitors can experience the unique sounds and smells of yarn being spun and cloth woven. Our fully interactive Visitor Centre offers the opportunity to experience our living history and there are a range of tours available. The café focuses on a range of coffees, teas and locally sourced produce such as organic handcrafted cheese from the Connage Dairy and hot smoked salmon delivered to the Woolmill directly from Buckie. Free range eggs are used in all our home bakes and our friendly staff will always try to accommodate special requests. In the shop there is a range of textile products designed and made by the Woolmill – scarves, rugs and fabric. There is also a collection of bespoke products made from the exclusive Woolmill fabrics – teddies, one-off hand bags, hand cut caps as well as a range of pottery based on the Tartan and Tweed designs.
Kofi Craft Bar allows you to explore your creative side, with crafts suitable for all ages.
Take a guided Land Rover Safari around Glen Tanar and see more of our estate, learn about the history and hear how it is managed today.
Larks Gallery is a contemporary gallery situated in Ballater, deep in the heart of Royal Deeside, one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland.
During the winter Lecht 2090 offers snowsports and during the summer mountain biking and deval karting. The day lodge is open during both seasons
Leith Hall was built over three centuries, starting in 1650, and remained the home of the Leith-Hay family until the mid-20th century.
One of Scotland’s Premier Ice Rinks!
Aberdeen City Council's Countryside Ranger Service base, adjacent to Loirston Loch on the southern edge of Aberdeen.
Outdoor Activity Centre, Restaurant and Fishery specialising in Team Building Days, Family BBQs, Conferences and Weddings. We have a huge range of activities including Karting on Lochterstone, Clay Shooting, Climbing Wall and Zip Wire, Segway Slalom and much more.
Locker Room @ Gamola Golf situated on Market Street offers 5 state of the art Golf Sim within the Bar on which you can play 1 of over 130 virtual course from St Andrews to Dubai. We also show case a large range of live sports. Our restaurant provides quality food and drink at great prices with stunning view of Aberdeen Harbour.
Magnificent pink-red granite cliffs rising 60m above sea level.
Parkland 18 hole Golf Course
The guiding policy at the Lost Gallery is simply stated: to show works by Scottish modern artists who most excite the owners, artist Peter Goodfellow and his wife Jean.
A small village course which offers a challenge to all ability of player. Youngsters and beginners are very welcome..
Fascinating aquarium featuring native sea life in exciting displays. Meet hundreds of local fishy characters, get hands on at the touch pools, check out the shark nursery and see divers feed the fish!
Mar Lodge Estate is recognised as one of the most important nature conservation landscapes in the British Isles; over 40% of the estate is covered by national and international nature conservation designations.
The College is said to be the second biggest granite building in the world (the largest being the Escorial in Spain).
McDonald Golf Club is situated only 20 minutes north of Aberdeen and is the nearest parkland course to Trump International. This scenic eighteen hole golf course provides a memorable golfing experience for all standards of golfer.
McDougall Mountaineering aims to give you the best Scottish Mountain experience of your life. We provide a range of year round adventurous activities helping you make the most of the Scottish Highlands.
The Mercat Cross was the traditional heart of the burgh.
The Milton Art Gallery is an elegant, friendly gallery situated in beautiful surroundings next to the river Dee just 20 minutes west of Aberdeen.
Mother Church of Aberdeen and home of the U.K. Oil and Gas Chaplaincy Chapel.
Choose a motorbike tour in Scotland with scotlandbybike.com and you can be confident that you will be experiencing the very best that Scotland has to offer.
Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve lies in the heart of Deeside and is a great place for wildlife and walking!
18 hole Championship Murcar course and 9 hole Strabathie course, with 9 bay Driving Range, short game academy & putting greens
Located in the heart of the city centre, the Music Hall hosts a wide variety of concerts, performances, shows and events. From classical concerts to contemporary comedy, the biggest band to fantastic folk, the venue has something for everyone.
Floodlit golf Driving Range with 12 Covered bays, 1 Teaching bay with video analysis and a dedicated short game area. Golf shop with custom fit clubs and clothing. Coffee shop serving home made soup, sandwiches and home baking.
Tailor made tours available in English, Russian, Ukrainian or Italian.
The gallery was recently opened by Tomasz Wrobel Robert Gordon University Gray’s School of Art graduate. Tomasz is a multi-award winning emerging artist specialising in oil painting. One of his greatest successes was the selection for the Royal Scottish Academy New Contemporaries Exhibition in 2014. He was announced as the recipient of the Stevenston Award prize awarded to a painter of merit as well as the David and June Gordon Memorial Trust Award for an artist born or studying in the Grampian region.
Newburgh-on-Ythan Golf Club is 12 miles north of Aberdeen, mid-way between the world famous courses of Royal Aberdeen and Cruden Bay, and just 2 miles north of the new Trump International Golf Links. In 2013, the club is celebrating its 125th anniversary. Our 18 hole, par 72 course, is situated on the Udny and Foveran links overlooking the Ythan Estuary and Sands of Forvie National Nature Reserve. Visitors are welcome any day of the week.
Newmachar Golf Club, located just 5 miles from Aberdeen International Airport comprises two 18-hole golf courses - the Hawkshill Championship course and the Swailend course. The Club also has a Clubhouse with catering facilties, bar and a newly improved Professional Shop and a new meeting and conference room.
The Nick Nairn Cook School Aberdeen offers hands-on cooking classes suitable for all. From 2-hour Quick Cooks to full day sessions with Nick himself. Or pop in to chat and see our kitchen shop.
Oldmeldrum is an historic golf club: the game has been played here for over 125 years.
Our premier paintballing Aberdeen park is situated in the picturesque forests of Edzell, making it an ideal location for paintballing groups coming from the Aberdeen, Dundee and Montrose regions. For cheap paintballing in Aberdeen, you can't do better than Paintballing Abderdeen! Why not play the best paintball in Aberdeen this weekend?
We provide attractive tour itineraries & Scottish entertainment events including medal-winning dancers & award-winning pipers playing both traditional & contemporary music.
Set within the beautiful Royal Deeside the Paul Lawrie Golf Centre caters for the needs of all golfers. Boasting a nine hole par three golf course, a 27 bay driving range and a world class short game area.
Peacock Visual Arts is the main contemporary visual arts organisation in Aberdeen and the North-east of Scotland and is supported by Aberdeen City Council and Creative Scotland.
We are an 18 hole course, with a Par of 71 and a yardage of 6226 yards, situated on the River Dee among some of the most beautiful scenery in Aberdeenshire. This exceptional golfing venue truly encapsulates the natural beauty of the Scottish landscape.
Classic Scottish, out and back, links course which will test golfers at every level particularly when the wind blows as it often does. The modern clubhouse built in 1997 provides golfers with every comfort.
Step back in time when you visit the former "HM Convict Prison, Peterhead" which officially opened in 1888 and now forms part of the Admiralty Gateway. For the "inside story" of those brave personnel that staffed the first convict prison in Scotland from August 1888 to December 2013 what better way to learn than to visit and interact with guides in period costumes and see the cells and other key components of this complex that is known worldwide.
In the stunning Great Garden, thousands of colourful annual bedding plants make up an elaborate summer spectacle. A well stocked Herb Garden, Art and Sculpture Exhibitions as well as the adjoining Museum of Farming Life which brings the agricultural past to life, all add to make this property a must see. Visitors can also enjoy a visit to our Shop and Tearoom or perhaps a walk round our woodland estate.
The course is maturing into one of the more popular parkland courses in the North East of Scotland.
A reserve with a variety of habitats from peatland to woodland.
Lessons and forest rides for all ages and stages.
RGU Sport boasts modern, world class sporting facilities.
Driver guiding available for up to 8 people, in English or French.
This bronze statue by Henry Bain Smith (1857-1893) was cast in July 1892 and unveiled two months later.
Rosehearty nestles on rolling dunes on the outskirts of the fishing village of Rosehearty.
Royal Aberdeen Golf Club in Aberdeen, Scotland, was founded in 1780 as the Society of Golfers at Aberdeen and became the Aberdeen Golf Club in 1815.
Hiking, hill walking, fly fishing, visiting some of the "off the beaten track" gems that make you feel its "just for you".
Neighbouring Balmoral Castle, Royal Lochnagar Distillery is the perfect place to discover how Scotch Whisky is made. A tour of Royal Lochnagar Distillery is a timeless experience; watch as our team of operators tend to our traditional mashtun, gleaming copper stills and fill casks at our traditional distillery, which retains much of its original charm. Each tour will end with a dram of the award-winning Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old Single Highland Malt. A tour of Royal Lochnagar Distillery is a timeless experience
Golf Club with 18 hole parkland golf course.
A beautiful nature reserve based around Scotland's largest dune loch.
RSPB Troup Head is Scotland's only mainland Gannet colony. It's a noisy, busy seabird city in summer and a stunning clifftop walk in winter.
The Salmon House was purpose built in 1834 by the Seafield Estate, which then owned the salmon fishing rights along the coast. The three story building provided an office, a bothy, an ice house, a fish preparation area, workshop and storage accommodation.
Scolty has something for everyone. Whether you want a pleasant stroll through the wood or a more energetic walk to the top of Scolty Hill, this wood has lots to offer.
We use Canadian OldTown Discovery 158 Canoes with 2 adult seats with folding back rest, Ash carrying yoke and thwart, Vinyl gunwales, Comfortable carrying handles, Manufactured from extremely durable three layer polyethylene.
Learney House is situated on a beautiful site with a south facing view over the Dee Valley.
Scotstown has a range of habitats and wildlife.
The Cathedral Walk, in Seaton Park, is always a resplendent sight in midsummer and one of the most popular with visitors to the city.
Get on, get going with Segway Aberdeen!
Choose from a series of walking trails around the City of Aberdeen which explore Aberdeen's cultural and natural heritage.
Go Scotland Tours offers guided day tours around Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
Opened in 1817, the cathedral of the Scottish Episcopal Church was the first of many buildings in the city designed by Archibald Simpson.
Our Cathedral Church is the main place of worship in the Catholic Diocese of Aberdeen.
The people of St Machar's welcome you and invite you to explore this ancient holy site.
St Peter's Heritage in Peterculter has a variety of exhibits and collections which tell visitors about the local area. Keeping watch over the centre is the imposing statue of Rob Roy, which once stood above the Culter Burn.
Bespoke guided day tours in a 1959 Bentley S1 saloon which recreates a travel experience from a more relaxed era. The only time constraints are those imposed by the opening times of attractions to be visited.
We have dramatic holes played over deep gullies and along the top off steep cliffs, and lush inland turf fairways and beautiful greens.
Stonehaven Land Train is operated by Stonehaven Town Partnership a registered SCIO (Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation). The Land Train has 2 carriages which can accommodate up to 48 passengers (depending on whether children or adults). It has wheelchair access at the rear. There is always a storyteller on board who is their primarily for the health and safety of the passengers but also tells the “Stonehaven Story” en route. Details of when the Land Train is operating can be found on the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/stonehavenlandtrain or STP’s web site www.stpweb.org
One of Scotland’s last open air swimming pools. Clean seawater @ 29°C - feels like swimming in the Med! Olympic-size (50m) Pool offers quiet swims, kids' fun and midnight swims in peak season.
Children's Theme park and coming soon an indoor playbarn!
Visit the oldest working distillery in the Highlands of Scotland, established in 1786, and home of Chivas Regal.
Founded in 1877, Strathlene Buckie Golf Club is the epitome of ancient antiquity when it comes to Scotland golf.
We offer Hacking, Pony Days, Carriage Driving, Clydesdale Horse Dray Rides, Riding Lessons for over 5's and regular Riding Lessons after school.
Surf and Watersports Club Scotland is dedicated to all forms of watersports with a particular focus on surfing.
This beautifully maintained 9-hole parkland course designed by Tom Morris in 1908 represents a challenge to golfers of all abilities.
For a bespoke Ancestral Homecoming 2014 visit, using your own vehicle or chauffeur-driven car hire, book this professional tourist guide with over 25 years practical experience of Scotland's history, for an entertaining, informative and truly memorable visit of a lifetime.
Teasel & Tweed is a cultural giftshop that stocks entirely Scottish based designers, makers and artists work that is also made in Scotland.
The Beach Leisure Centre Aberdeen is the ideal family day out!
The Bin is a mixed conifer woodland with a good variety of walks. Trees have been here since the 1840s, when the Duke of Gordon started the first planting.
The Boatshed is a new workshop in a lovingly restored building by the Old Harbour in Portsoy on the Moray Firth. It was created to provide a base for a programme of teaching wood working and traditional boat building skills.
Formerly the old village shop and post office, complete with old petrol pump and red telephone box, The Butterworth Gallery at Ballogie is now a 3 star visitor attraction which hosts a permanent display of original artwork by Howard Butterworth and his daughter Mary Louise.
Situated in the heart of Aberdeen, The Forum offers a unique entertainment experience. It is comprised of two floors: the balcony area overlooks the main hall and this offers a stunning, modern lounge area with a vibrant and chic atmosphere. The main hall boasts a theatre sized stage and offers the biggest plasma screen in the city.
Take a look around one of Scotland's oldest working distilleries and discover the history and traditions of single malt whisky.
Home of the single malt that started it all.
We are committed to preserving and sharing the legacy of the world-famous Gordon Highlanders for future generations.
Visitor Centre dedicated to the Scottish Author, Lewis Grassic Gibbon, set in the heart of the countryside which he epitomised in his much loved novel, Sunset Song.
The Lemon Tree is a vibrant, buzzing venue providing Aberdeen with an excellent alternative entertainment scene. The Lounge offers customers the chance to rock along to their favourite bands or laugh with the funniest comedians while enjoying a drink from the wide range of beverages at the bar. That’s not all though! The upstairs Studio is an intimate performance space showcasing the best theatre productions, dance and children’s shows. The Studio provides an opportunity to get up close and personal with the performers with entertaining shows which also have great educational values.
The McEwan Gallery, a family business, specialising in quaility paintings of the last three centuries, was founded over forty years ago.
Battered by storms, ravaged by waves, built by Stevenson.
Operating heritage railway located at Milton of Crathes, near Banchory.
The ‘famous’ Spotty Bag Shop is Scotland’s unique shopping experience. Described by customers as a “charming & chaotic Aladdins cave”, whether you are looking for a bargain or a bite to eat, there really is something for everyone.
Explore the unique complex of 17th and 18th century gaol cells within The Tolbooth Museum.
Individual Charm, Independent Character & Intriguing Charisma.
The Aberdeen University Zoology Museum is one of the oldest in the land.
Childrens’ soft play area catering for 0-10 year olds.
At the picturesque harbour, the Tolbooth Museum is located in Stonehaven's oldest building.
The most picturesque of castles in the Grampian countryside.
The gallery is situated just off the attractive square in the centre of Tomintoul, the highest village in the Highlands.
Torphins Golf Club is a 9 hole course with magnificent views over the Highlands, situated 1 mle out of Torphins on the road to Lumphanan.
A world-class extreme sports centre and award-winning social enterprise down at Aberdeen Beach, offering Climbing, Skatepark and High Ropes all in one stop! A great day out for all the family!
Treasure Trails are self-guided tours with a twist!
The Trinity Centre is home to over 20 great shops in the centre of Aberdeen.
Set amidst the Great Dunes of Scotland, Trump International Golf Links lies along the spectacular North East coast of Aberdeenshire.
Turriff Golf Club with a par of 69, 6118 yards, proudly presents itself as a Jewel in the Crown, one of the Gems of North East Golf Courses.
Tyrebagger is a fantastic forest to explore with all the family. The eastern side of the wood has superb mature Douglas firs, towering above the forest floor like cathedral pillars, shading a carpet of ferns and wood sorrel.
Union Square is Aberdeen’s newest retail and leisure destination, with over 70 stores and restaurants, cinema and on-site hotel.
Providing an oasis for relaxation in the city centre.
Victoria Park is a beautiful park, full of flowers, shrubs, trees and a garden for the disabled.
Wonder at the beautiful Aberdeenshire landscape and wildlife hundreds, or even thousands of feet below.
Vue Aberdeen has 7 huge screens all powered by Sony 4K, ensuring you get unbeatable picture quality with every film you see!
WalkDeeside Ltd. is a family-run provider of guided hiking and walking holidays in Scotland and specialists in outdoor activities and navigation courses in the Cairngorms, Royal Deeside and the Aberdeen area of North East Scotland. We offer activity holidays throughout the Scottish Highlands and Islands, exploring the best of the Scottish mountains, lochs, Munros and wildlife.
The rugged granite lion was designed by an Aberdeen sculptor, William Macmillan RA (1877-1927) and sculpted by James Philip.
This beautiful park contains an all weather surface, grass & indoor tennis facilities, 3 bowling greens, a pond, burn and large open grass areas.
Westburn Tennis Centre, a pay and play tennis centre located in the Westburn park.
Westhill Golf Club which opened in 1977 has proved itself as a popular venue with local golfers, corporate outings and visitors.
Designed by William Grant Stevenson (1849-1919).
Carol Brown arranges and hosts a wide range of wine evening classes, certified courses and tailor made tutored wine tasting events.
Beautiful multi-arts venue on Banchory’s edge offering a diverse programme of music, theatre, dance, film, children’s events, art and workshops. Visit our website for our current programme of events, exhibitions and workshops.