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.

The tour lasts an hour and a half and starts outside the Old Townhouse (also known as the King's Museum) on the High Street in Old Aberdeen.

Family Fun Day

Kiingswells Community Centre and KidSize are holding a fun open day at Webster Park in Kingswells. A day for all the family with BBQ, Games and Activities, Bouncy Castles, AFC Goal Target and mascots, Live Music, Stalls and much more. Proceeds of the event are going to the Charlie House charity.

The Old King's Highway: The Road to the Green

Battles, kidnappings and a martyred monk – these stories all took place along the old road into Aberdeen. But the road has also been the focus of more uplifting incidents, from tales of drinking to struggles for equality. Although nowadays neglected as an unappealing back alley, Scot Free Tours brings to life what used to be Aberdeen’s most important road, guaranteeing that you will never see it in the same way ever again. Discover hidden gems and sensational street art as we explore some of Aberdeen’s forgotten places.