Open Day and Plant Sale

Our Open Days are a fantastic opportunity to purchase our wide selection of plants, including some new additions to our selection of trees, shrubs, roses, climbers, perennials, grasses and ferns. Meet us and other keen gardeners, garden designers, and enjoy a cup of tea and home bakes from our local guild, browse local stalls and some gardening bric-a-brac. Solstice Nurseries is a not for profit organisation, we work with people who are recovering from mental health issues. We grow people and plants! We are dog friendly! Admission by donation, refreshments at additional cost.

Aberdeen City Centre Free Walking Tour with Scot Free Tours

Learn about Aberdeen's history and colourful characters, from pirates to Lord Byron, in this free 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.

Private tours are available on request. Just contact us at scotfreetoursaberdeen@gmail.com.

Tour Gratis del Centro de Aberdeen - Español/Spanish

¿Te gustaría aprender más sobre Aberdeen? En este recorrido, verás los aspectos más destacados del centro de la ciudad de Aberdeen, mientras descubres la historia social de Aberdeen, sus peculiares habitantes y sus fascinantes historias en un viaje por el pasado, presente y futuro por la ciudad del granito.

Todos los tours comienzan desde el Mercat Cross en Castlegate.
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Aberdeen City Centre Free Walking Tour with Scot Free Tours

Learn about Aberdeen's history and colourful characters, from pirates to Lord Byron, in this free 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.

Private tours are available on request. Just contact us at scotfreetoursaberdeen@gmail.com.

Maggie Craig at Airyhall Library

Maggie Craig is a Scottish writer and historian, author of the ground-breaking and acclaimed Damn’ Rebel Bitches: The Women of the ’45, When the Clyde Ran Red, a popular history of Red Clydeside, and several page-turning historical novels. She is a regular and popular speaker around Scotland’s libraries and book festivals. A Glaswegian, she has lived for many years in her mother’s native Aberdeenshire.