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February - November, Aberdeen:

Based in the heart of north-east Scotland in the beautiful former home of prominent Scottish artist, Sir George Reid, the Museum is committed to preserving and sharing the legacy of the world-famous Gordon Highlanders for future generations. The Museum is normally closed to the general public in December & January but is open all-year-round for corporate events, hospitality and school visits.

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Category: Attractions
Region: Aberdeen & Grampian
Sub-Region: Central Aberdeenshire
Date: 01/02/2014 - 30/11/2014
Time: Check URL for opening times.
Venue: Gordon Highlanders Regimental Museum
Address: Regimental Headquarters, St Lukes, Viewfield Road, Aberdeen
Post Code: AB15 7XH
Telephone: 01224 311200
Admission: See URL for details.
Website: Click Here To View Website
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