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What's on in Aberdeen and Grampian

Dominated by the Grampian mountains to the West and framed by miles of dramatic coastline in the East, Aberdeen and Grampian is a scenic gem. Aberdeen, popularly known as the granite city, is the third largest city in Scotland. It is a modern, lively destination with a variety of attractions, thriving arts scene and rich heritage. Outside Aberdeen City, visitors can enjoy a whole host of outdoor and sporting activities amid glorious countryside (the area is home to the largest national parks in the country). There’s no doubt about it, you’ll find the very best of what Scotland has to offer in Aberdeen and Grampian.

regional highlights

April - October, Moray:

There is so much to see and do at the Scottish Dolphin Centre no matter what the weather and admission is free.

April - October, Moray:

Situated next to the Tourist Information Centre in the Square, the Museum was founded in 1976 following the Tomintoul bicentenary exhibition.

23rd October - 10th November 2014, Aberdeen:

Scotland’s festival of new music, sound is driven by the passion to make new music more accessible to audiences of all ages and backgrounds.

18th -22nd November 2014, Aberdeen:

This exhilarating musical follows the irrepressible imagination and dreams of Phineas T Barnum, America’s Greatest Showman.

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.

Year-round, Banff:

More than a country house, Duff House is also a cultural arts centre with a regular artistic programme featuring exhibitions, lectures and music.

Year-round, Aberdeenshire:

Dunnottar Castle lies in a dramatic setting on the top of a cliff.

Year-round, Banff:

Situated on Aberdeenshire’s scenic coast in the traditional fishing town of Macduff, Macduff Marine Aquarium features marine life from the Moray Firth, Scotland’s largest bay, in a variety of exciting and innovative exhibits.

Year-round, Moray:

Named after Hugh Forres, who spent his life travelling in India and Europe researching fossil evidence.

Year-round, Aberdeen and Grampian:

A four star visitor attraction and registered Charity, Delgatie Castle is open to the public all year round.


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