Public Exhibition Ta Kheru: Discovering the life of an Ancient Egyptian woman

Using CT scans and the latest medical visualisation techniques experts have been able to uncover insights into the life of Ta-Kheru, an Ancient Egyptian woman whose ceremonially mummified remains have been in the University of Aberdeen museums’ collections since the 18th century. The exhibition tells the story of Ta-Kheru, alongside an impressive holographic display of the CT scan and a facial reconstruction of The Lady of the House.

Curious About Aberdeen

Explore, Discover & Enjoy Aberdeen with two self-guided, quirky, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Buy in booklet or instant download format.
Are you curious about Aberdeen? Looking for an unusual and quirky activity which gets you out in the fresh air whatever the weather? Take one of our self-guided walks with a treasure hunt theme – looping around the better-known sights, as well as some of the more unusual and quirky ones, which combined make Aberdeen an intriguing place to explore!

Robert Gordon's College Christmas Fair

Robert Gordon’s College Parents’ Association Christmas Fair on Sunday, 2nd. December 11.30a.m. till 2.30p.m.

Ticket entry £3.50.

Enjoy the Pipe Band and Christmas music while perusing the Christmas Stalls. Have Christmas tea, coffee and mince pies while the children have fun with games and crafts. Lots of activities for older kids. Come along and join the Christmas Fun at RGC, Schoolhill, Aberdeen, AB10 1FE.

Great Scot: Free Walking Tour of Old Aberdeen

For over five hundred years, Old Aberdeen has been one of the great centres of learning in the North of Scotland. There can be no better place to celebrate Aberdeen's greatest thinkers, scientists, explorers, inventors, writers and gardeners (yes, we do mean gardeners). We'll explore the hidden places in this historic burgh, to tell the stories of some great Scots whose achievements did not get the recognition they deserved.

Aberdeen Bach Choir - Handel's Israel in Egypt

The Aberdeen Bach Choir will give their first ever performance of George Frideric Handel’s Israel in Egypt accompanied by the Aberdeen Sinfonietta. This oratorio, which draws directly on passages from the Old Testament, is now a favourite worldwide, not least because of the intense and almost operatic drama Handel brings to the music, both for the double chorus and for the soloists. The original version of the work was in three parts: the first part was written for the funeral of Queen Caroline and is rarely performed today.