Things to do in North East Scotland


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Parks

Duthie Park is a fabulous park located close to the city centre, which is popular with locals and visitors alike.

Beaches

Explore miles of beautiful flat sandy beach, located only 5 miles from Aberdeen.

Villages

Footdee - or "Fittie" as it is known by locals - is one of the most unique communities in the UK huddled at the end of a rewarding stroll along the beach front.

Waterfalls

This famous waterfall, surrounded by pine trees, has been a popular place to visit since Victorian times. Here the River Dee is channeled through a long narrow cleft in the rocks.

Cathedrals & Churches

St Machar is said to have been a companion of St Columba on his journey to Iona. A fourteenth-century legend tells how God told Machar to establish a church where a river bends into the shape of a bishop's crosier before flowing into the sea.

Parks

Hazlehead Park is a large public park in the Hazlehead area of Aberdeen, Scotland. 180 hectares in size, it was opened to the public in 1920, having formerly been the estate of Hazlehead House, home of William Rose, shipbuilder.

Farm Parks

Doonies Rare Breeds Farm is one of only two Rare Breeds Survival Trust Approved conservation farm parks in Scotland.

Museums

Discover the wealth of Peterhead's maritime history in one of Aberdeenshire's oldest museums.

Farm Parks

Visit Aberdeen's Biggest Indoor & Outdoor Farm Park, with our Indoor Soft Play & Cafe, Animal Barn, Farm Park, and Adventure Playground! All year round!

Go Karting

Kartstart offers a range of events suitable for corporate entertainment or group bookings from sprint events and grand prix racing through to endurance events for up to 60 participants at both our Kirkcaldy and Aberdeen venues.