Aberdeen and the Northeast

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  • 1. Aberdeen Maritime Museum

    This excellent museum, which incorporates the 1593 Provost Ross's House, tells the story of the city's relationship with the sea, from early inshore fisheries to...Read More

  • 2. Crathes Castle

    About 16 miles west of Aberdeen, Crathes Castle was once the home of the Burnett family and is one of the best-preserved castles in Britain....Read More

  • 3. Braemar Highland Gathering

    The village of Braemar is associated with the Braemar Highland Gathering, held the first Saturday in September. Although there are many such gatherings celebrated throughout...Read More

  • 4. Duthie Park

    These 44 acres were donated to the people of Aberdeen by a Miss Elizabeth Crombie Duthie in 1880. An excellent place to while away an...Read More

  • 5. Fochabers Folk Museum & Heritage Centre

    Once over the Spey Bridge and past the cricket ground (a very unusual sight in Scotland), you can find the symmetrical, 18th-century Fochabers village square....Read More

  • 6. Grampian Transport Museum

    The entertaining and enthusiastically run Grampian Transport Museum specializes in road-based means of locomotion, backed up by archives and a library. Its collection of buses...Read More

  • 7. Keith and Dufftown Railway

    Leaving from Dufftown three times a day on weekends then returning from Keith, this restored locomotive lets you return to the age when trains were...Read More

  • 8. Macduff Marine Aquarium

    Across the river in Banff's twin town, Macduff, on the shore east of the harbor, stands the conical Macduff Marine Aquarium. A 250,000-gallon central tank...Read More

  • 9. Royal Deeside Railway

    Built for Queen Victoria, this historic station and its railway line now serve passengers using veteran steam and diesel locomotives to haul vintage carriages along...Read More

  • 10. Tolbooth Museum

    The city was governed from this 17th-century building, which was also the burgh court and jail, for 200 years. Now a museum of crime and...Read More

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