Things To Do

The Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire areas have a wide range of  attractions and things to do. The city itself has museums and maritime attractions like Aberdeen Maritime Museum which tells the story of the city's long relationship with the Sea. This award-winning museum is located on the historic Shiprow and incorporates Provost Ross's House, which was built in 1593.  The Aberdeenshire area has a wide range of both historical activities and thing for the whole family to do.

Childrens attractions

Try Hoodles Play Barn and Cafe  Is an amazing fun day out for the whole family!  Kids can be entertained whilst you have a cuppa.

Perhaps Doonies Farm? Is a working farm visitor activity  family business run by Mr and Mrs Lennox in Aberdeen City. Doonies Farm covers 134 acres on the southern side of the city from the Nigg Bay to Cove and with its amazing views of the coast visitors are assured that their visit will be worth while.

For older visitors we can reccomend The National Trust for Scotland Castle Trail.  The trail consists of 14 of the world’s most unique castles,from the rugged splendour of Kildrummy Castle and the romantic ruins of Huntly Castle to restored family castles such as Crathes and Fyvie.

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