Aberdeen Art Gallery
Located on Schoolhill, in the heart of Aberdeen city centre, you will find the engrossing Aberdeen Art Gallery.
Originally built in 1884 with a Neoclassical design by Alexander Marshall, it’s home to one of the finest collections of art in the United Kingdom.
It was closed in 2015 when a £34.6million transformation started and reopened in 2019 with the number of galleries increasing from 11 to 19 and the number of permanent collections increasing from 370 to 1080.
This modern, bright and airy space makes for a fantastic day out viewing a brilliant range of works by artists, designers, and makers.
Highlights include works by Tracey Emin, Barbara Hepworth, Samuel Peploe and Joan Eardley.
There is a cafe and shop on the ground floor and a new rooftop café and terrace, where you can expect some amazing views over the cities Schoolhill and Belmont Street.