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Discover a city dotted with secret places & attractions, from ancient bridges to tranquil hideaways to dolphin spotting in the harbour.
Tucked inside an historic railway arch, in the heart of Aberdeen, you will discover Aberdeen's gin distillery. Sample the magnificent gins produced here with tours and masterclasses on offer and a shop to buy some of your favourites. A visit wouldn’t be complete without trying the Rhubarb Gin!
Jump aboard a boat at Aberdeen harbour and sail into the bay for a fun dolphin spotting excursion; look out for bottlenose dolphins, white beaked dolphins, risso dolphins and even minke whales. Or head to nearby Torry Battery and enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the resident marine life.
The exquisite architecture of Aberdeen doesn’t get much greater than St Machar’s Cathedral, a unique place of worship. From the mystery of whether William Wallace’s arm is embedded in the buildings walls to the age-old question over whether it is a real cathedral, it is full of secrecy. Unquestionable though is the beauty of this 15th Century building.
Explore the weaving, windy streets of Old Aberdeen and discover incredible historic sites including Scotland’s third oldest university. Amble around this five hundred year old part of Aberdeen and come across student haunts, budget eateries and artisan cafes galore!
Head to Aberdeen’s classic beachfront, a stone’s throw from the city centre, and discover a beautiful seafront lined with shops, cafés and even an art-deco style ballroom. Enjoy an ice-cream and soak up the views or embark on a refreshing walk or run along the promenade from Footdee to the River Don.
Get away from a bustling city life with an escape to the serenity of Seaton Park. Chill out amid stunning scenery, amble along leafy pathways and green open spaces and bask in one of Aberdeen's most peaceful hideouts.
Nestled among the trees of Seaton Park lies a legendary medieval crossing. Dating back to the 13th century, the mystical bridge is steeped in folklore from tales of beheadings and witchcraft to bodysnatching. Walk along this ancient monument or if you dare, join the student tradition and jump into the river below!
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