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Old Aberdeen
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Marischal College
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King's College Chapel
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Aberdeen Music Hall
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Central Library
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Kirk of St. Nicholas
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Old Aberdeen
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Salvation Army Citadel
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Crathie Church
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St. Andrew's Cathedral
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King's College Chapel
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Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption
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Edward VII
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The March Stones
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The Duke of Gordon
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Pitmedden Garden & Museum of Farming Life
#1 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
In addition to the gardens and orchards there is a small free museum of Farming life in the North East of Scotland which has some interesting things on view.
The lady working the ticket desk in the gift shop was very welcoming and gave us great tips for view points.
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St Machar's Cathedral
#2 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
The park beside the church is gorgeous - hundreds of daffodils when I visited - and offers more enchanting views of the church.
Be sure to climb up to the gallery above for a great view of the ceiling decorations.
Footdee (Fittie)
#3 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Very popular with tourist, right next to harbour and plenty of dolphins to see too, Plenty of really nice places to eat with stunning views up round the north east of Scotland.
Lovely to see the old lighthouse and watch the boats coming in and out of the harbour, with beautiful views of the beach.
Old Aberdeen
#4 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Park near the Ballroom on the Esplanade (free) and walk anti-clockwise around the route to see a multitude of different views from beach to sea to river to park to cathedral to old town to football stadium and fin...
There are lots of beautiful and historic buildings and sights tucked away in Old Aberdeen.
King's College Chapel
#5 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Slains Castle
#6 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
If you have time and decent footwear, walk to the castle from the car park at Cruden Bay and keep going along the coastal path to the Bullers of Buchan - you'll get great views of the castle and see some spectacul...
Lovely ruins on the edge of the cliffs, beautiful and breathtaking view.
The Tolbooth Museum
#7 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Great volunteer guides with a great knowledge of local history Great memorabilia to view bringing back lots of memories
He was interesting, provided added insights and the tour probably took a little longer because he was so full of stories and information along with sharing info about other sites in Aberdeen with us.
Marischal College
#8 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Impressive Marischal College - Amazing Granite Building - Well Worth a View
We travel the world in constant search of new and exciting sights but as we get older we have at last realised that the very best one's are in our own backyard!
Kirk of St. Nicholas
#9 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
The church lay official (elder [?]) on site kept the church open specially for us and even gave us something close to a guided tour.
... behind the church structure, making it relatively easy to understand the nature of the buried, the physical condition of the markers and sites and especially important why they are in the shape they are in.
Stonehaven War Memorial Stonehaven 2.7 km away
#3 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Stonehaven
Once you get there, you will find yourself surrounded by epic scenery of rugged coastline, lush hills and waving fields of wheat, as well, as remarkable views of the city of Stonehaven and Dunnottar Castle.
The site of the memorial is very impressive, overlooking the coast and Stonehaven.
William Wallace Statue
#10 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
The Wallace statue is an imposing landmark and well worth going to see, close to Her Majesty,s and the Uniin terrace gardens.
One of the great sights of the city.
Brig 'o' Balgownie
#11 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
This beautiful 13th century gothic arched bridge is in a beautiful tranquil part of Aberdeen spanning the River Don with a lovely view of a cascading waterfall on the one side
Great views with lots of history
Aberdeen Music Hall
#12 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Crathie Church
#13 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
There are some amazing views from outside and inside there are some wonderful memorials to the Royals.
My wife was I the church with the Royal family who are out of view during the service.
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Kirkhill Forest and Tyrebagger Wood
#14 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
You can follow one trail to the top of Brimmond Hill and the views of Westhill and Aberdeen are well worth the effort.
you can park your car at the site and go for the walk.
VSA Easter Anguston Farm Peterculter
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Peterculter
We discovered Easter Anguston by accident, glad we did , Fantastic place to take children, great play areas, cafe on site reasonably priced , there’s something for everyone at this wonderful place, staff excellent...
The staff are lovely and very helpful with one chap giving us the history of the antique tractor on the site.
Pittodrie Stadium
#16 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
The boxes give a superb view of the whole pitch, and you keep warm and dry in the bad weather.
Provost Skene's House
#17 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Central Library
#18 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society Centre
#19 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Jean a volunteer who was a librarian showed us all the records on site.
We discovered the ANESFHS by accident while visiting an old kirk site in Dalmaik near Drumoak.
Doonies Farm
#20 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Can be very wet if raining as site is pretty exposed and open to the weather.
Robert Gordon University
#21 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
The campus is now based in one area with some great views across the city and countryside.
Salvation Army Citadel
#22 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
St. Andrew's Cathedral
#23 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Linx Ice Arena
#24 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Torry Battery
#25 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Had incredible opportunity with knowledgeable staff to view the harbour dolphins.
I have visited many times and yesterday's visit was equally enjoyable built for defensive purposes hundreds of years ago it is well worth visiting now the lighthouse, stunning views and maybe dolphins
King's Museum - Old Town House
#26 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
Then, there was the awe inspiring view from the roof of the tower.
Hidden Aberdeen Tours
#27 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
The tours are good value, and well worth a couple of hours hearing about Aberdeen and visiting the sites.
Wellington Suspension Bridge
#28 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen
A great view from this and peaceful too.
Very limited information at the site, so best look it up first.
Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption
#29 of 52 Sights & Landmarks in Aberdeen