Aberdeen offers something for all the family, here are a few suggestions of things to look out for on your stay in Aberdeen.
Why not visit the amazing Stratosphere where experimenting in Science is fun!
Don't miss a real taste of Scotland on the Whisky Trail where this traditional drink is produced in one of the distilleries that are hidden away in this stunning scenery.
St Machar's Cathedral (pictured right) is a twin spired Cathedral with Celtic origins and is close to Aberdeen University.
Giving visitors a glimpse of both past and present exhibits and collections Gordon Highlanders Museum plays an important role for city.
Aberdeen Beach shouldn't be missed, with breathtaking views of the Scottish Coast, and peaceful walks through the picturesque sand dunes.
The award winning Aberdeen Maritime Museum displays exhibits of fishing and ship building, clipper ships and many more.
Duthie Park on the banks of the river Dee was built in 1883, and features a winter garden which was rebuilt in 1970 (pictured right), one of the largest covered gardens in Europe, and feature a wide range of plants and collections, including the largest cacti collection in Britain. Take a relaxing walk, relax on the boating lake, or play cricket on the lawns.
See prehistoric Scotland at the Archaeolink Pre-History Park at these unique camps which range from the Mesolithic to a Roman Marching camp and you will find hands on activities and workshops to take you back in time.