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13 Jul

Musuems in Aberdeen

Musuems in Aberdeen

 Want to find out more about the history and culture of Aberdeen? There are many museums that you can visit to learn the history of Aberdeen!

 Visit The Maritime Museum situated at Shiprow, where you will learn all about the history of the North Sea and the oil industry in Aberdeen. You are sure to leave with a large collection of facts about Aberdeen’s history. The best part is that the admission is free for all! Once you have ventured round the museum, be sure to visit the café for a refreshing snack!

 The Gordon Highlanders Museum on Queens Road will give you an insight into the history of ‘The Gordon Highlanders’ and their battles in past years. It is sure to offer a great day out, with things for all the family to do! Be sure to visit the café and gift shop on your way out!

 Another informative place to visit in Aberdeen is Provost Skene’s House. Here you will learn about the alternations that have been down to the house over the years and the different people who have lived there! It is also located in town so it a nice place to have a break from a busy shopping afternoon!

 Interested in art? Visit Aberdeen’s art gallery whereby you can see the work of numerous artists! There are a vast number of things to see ranging from quirky pictures to outstanding sculptures. Located in the centre of town, you can pop in and have a look during an afternoon of shopping! The gift shop has lots of cool things and artistic cards! There is also a crèche service for younger siblings.

 Hope you learn a lot about the history of Aberdeen!

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