Aberdeenshire Attractions

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Open and spacious, this is the ideal place to unwind and relax. It is rich in History and Heritage and is known as Scotland’s Castle Country. It’s about a 2.5 – 3 hr drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow depending on which part of Aberdeenshire you are visiting.

Old Town Aberdeen

In Old Aberdeen you’ll find quaint cobbled streets, historic buildings, many of which a...
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Loch Muick

Loch Muick on the Balmoral Estate is a great day out with friends or family. Drive about 8...
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Crovie

Crovie is a tiny village tucked away on a little bay between Fraserburgh and Banff. It use...
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Pennan

Pennan is one of three little fishing villages that can be found tucked away on the coast ...
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Bonnie Wee Golf Luxury Golf Tours

Bonnie Wee Golf will design a golf package tailored to meet your exact requirements, speci...
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Aberdeen Art Gallery

Located in Schoolhill, in the heart of Aberdeen city centre, you will find the engrossing ...
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Balmoral Cairns

Most of us have heard about Balmoral Castle and know that the Royal Family own it and visi...
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Kincardine O'Neil

Kincardine O'Neil is one of the oldest villages in Deeside, in the northeast of Scotland....
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Ballater

Ballater is a burgh in Aberdeenshire, Scotland on the River Dee, immediately east of the C...
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His Majesty's Theatre Behind The Scenes Tour

His Majesty’s Theatre is one of the most beautiful theatres in Scotland and an iconic pa...
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Aberdeen Crime & Punishment Tour

Take yourself back 500 years in this audio time machine and walk the footsteps of Aberdeen...
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Meldrum House Hotel

This luxury hotel is a charming 13th century baronial mansion house with a 240 acre estate...
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Kinnaird Head Castle and The Wine Tower

This multifaceted landmark is based in the coastal town of Fraserburgh, with a unique 450 ...
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Corgarff Castle

You will find Corgaff Castle west of the village of Corgarff in Aberdeenshire, which lies ...
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Balmoral Castle

The Scottish home of the royal family, it has been a firm favourite with monarchs since 18...
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Stonehaven

A pretty town south of Aberdeen, this harbour is postcard picture-perfect....
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Dunnottar Castle

Dramatic. Evocative. There is something mystical, almost unbelievable about the ruined cli...
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Footdee

Known locally as “Fittie”, this area of Aberdeen is worth a visit. It is an old fishin...
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Aberdeen Beach

All you need to make everything right in your world is to take in the salty sea air and a ...
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Craigievar Castle

You will recognise this castle because it is the shape of castles that we see over and ove...
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Fyvie Castle

Castles always have a rich and turbulent history – Fyvie Castle won’t disappoint. 800 ...
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Castle Fraser

Beautiful and imposing, the core of Castle Fraser was built in the 1450s and is still one ...
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Huntly Castle

Once the seat of one of the most powerful families in Scotland, Huntly Castle boasts what ...
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Slains Castle

Known as New Slains Castle to distinguish it from the old, it overlooks the North Sea, but...
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Crathes Castle

The backdrop of rolling hills frames Crathes Castle perfectly, making it one of the most p...
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Drum Castle

There are over 700 years of history to be discovered in the battlements and square towers ...
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Braemar Castle

Built in 1628, as with most other Scottish castles, this seat of power swapped sides many ...
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Tolquhon Castle

There are some who say that Tolquhon Castle, open from April to September, is one of the f...
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Delgatie Castle

One of the 300 castles of Aberdeenshire, as you would imagine, there is a lot to discover ...
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Roseisle Forest

Leave the city behind for the day and enjoy Roseisle Forest, a great place to visit. Enjoy...
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Aberdeen Maritime Museum

As you would expect, Aberdeen has a long history with the sea, tales and experiences which...
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Donmouth Local Nature Reserve

Designated a Local Nature Reserve in 1992, this beach site is in the historic Old Aberdeen...
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Tomnaverie Stone Circle

Wander around the remains of this stone circle amid an ancient, sacred landscape....
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