Recent research in the University of Aberdeen has confirmed that the collection includes a painting by Italian artist Giovanni Antonio Canal (1695-1798), better known as Canaletto. This work will be shown in a small display alongside other related works in the collection.
The Informal Networking Social, - Don’t Just Make Connections, Make Friends.
Join the Gruffalo in the Place to Eat for breakfast, arts and crafts and storytelling. Tickets are £5 per child and are subject to availability. To purchase tickets please visit our Customer Support on the third floor or call 01224 218420 to purchase over the phone.
Learn about Aberdeen's history and colourful characters, from pirates to Lord Byron, in this free two and a half hour walking tour around the city centre.
Interested in learning more about Aberdeen? In this tour you will see the highlights of Aberdeen city centre, while you find out about Aberdeen's social history, its quirky inhabitants and how it got to where it is today.
All tours start from the Mercat Cross in the Castlegate. Walk-ups are welcome but to guarantee your place, reserve a space on our website. The tours are free. Donations are welcome.