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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

27th - 31st August 2015, Moray:

A warm welcome awaits at the Tomintoul and Glenlivet Walking Festival.

5th September 2015, Braemar:

This most prestigious of gatherings includes heavy and track events, tug-of-war competition, hill race, piping and highland dancing.

1st  - 5th September 2015, Aberdeen:

Winner of seven 2013 Olivier Awards, this highly acclaimed National Theatre production embarks on its first ever nationwide tour from December 2014.

19th Sepetember 2015, Elgin:

There’s plenty of classics to sing-a-long to at the Rod Stewart night, from Maggie May to Handbags and Gladrags.

April - September, Aberdeenshire:

Set in a barren moorland, Corgarff’s medieval tower house, built in the mid-16th century, is surrounded by a distinctive star-shaped perimeter wall of 18th century date.

April - September, Aberdeenshire:

The great castle of Kildrummy was the stronghold of the Earls of Mar.

April - September, Aberdeenshire:

Aberdeenshire is graced by many historic castles, but Tolquhon is one of the most picturesque.

April - September, Royal Deeside:

Drum Castle features the oldest intact 13th-century tower in Scotland, a Jacobean mansion house and the additions of the Victorian lairds, making it unique among Scottish castles.

April - September, Moray:

Situated some two miles north of Elgin, Spynie Palace was the residence of the bishops of Moray for five centuries, until 1686.

April - September, Aberdeen & Grampian:

For over 500 years, Balvenie Castle served as the formidable stronghold of the great lords who ruled over this part of north-east Scotland.


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