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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

Open year-round, Aberdeen:

Aberdeen’s splendid Art Gallery, which opened in 1885, is one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions.

Year-round, Aberdeen:

Situated on the historic Shiprow and incorporating Provost Ross’s House - built in 1593 - Aberdeen Maritime Museum tells the story of the city’s long relationship with the sea.

Year-round, Peterhead:

Discover the wealth of Peterhead’s maritime history in one of Aberdeenshire’s oldest museums.

Year-round, ;Banchory:

Visit Banchory Museum - gateway to Royal Deeside - and learn about the life of Banchory-born musician and composer, J Scott Skinner, the "Strathspey King".

Year-round, Banff:

Visit one of Scotland’s oldest Museums, founded in 1828.

Year-round, Aberdeen & Grampian:

The beauty of the sand dunes is complemented by the call of eider ducks, wafting across the Ythan estuary.

Year-round, Cairngorm National Park:
Glen Tanar provides a great opportunity to explore Scotland’s classic Caledonian pine forest in search of its elusive wildlife.

Year-round, Cairngorm National Park:

Lying midway between Ballater and Aboyne, Muir of Dinnet blends woodland, heath, open water and an impressive example of nature’s sculptural work, all on one site.

Year-round, Aberdeenshire:

In the spring and summer, the spectacular cliffs at Fowlsheugh are packed with 130,000 breeding seabirds, including guillemots, razorbills and kittiwakes.

Year-round, Aberdeenshire:

This is Britain’s largest dune loch.


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