The Gordon Highlanders Museum
Helping keep history alive!
Now open for your first post lockdown visit.
Enjoy a “tours and teas” tour. Experience a socially distanced guided tour showcasing the highlights of over 200 years of regimental history followed by a complimentary cup of tea or coffee and a stroll round the Victorian walled garden. Free tickets available online only, complimentary teas and coffees only available with museum tour tickets (donations welcome). Limited spaces due to social distancing. Gift shop open.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum is a ‘5-star Visit Scotland’ Tourist Attraction based in the west end of Aberdeen. It is committed to preserving and sharing the legacy of the world-famous Gordon Highlanders Regiment for future generations to enjoy, providing a wide range of unique experiences for all visitors, young and old.
2019 saw the opening of a fantastic new WW1 replica Trench exhibition which gives visitors the opportunity to wander through and explore what it might have been like for the soldiers serving in the trenches of World War 1.
Within the Museum they operate a Tea room, gift shop and have excellent conference and hospitality facilities as well as being able to offer beautiful memorial gardens to their visitors. The building is a grade 2 listed building and was the former home of Sir George Reid the eminent North East Artist and President of the Royal Scottish Academy of Art.
The Museum is an independent, self-financed museum, governed by a charitable trust.