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Events, Attractions and Places to Visit in Aberdeenshire
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Scottish Highland Games
The Scottish Highland Games Association (SHGA) is the governing body of Traditional Highland Games in Scotland. It represents over 60 Highland Games in Scotland with several associate members overseas.
Kildrummy Castle Gardens
Kildrummy Castle Gardens were created in an ancient quarry below the medieval Castle, the ruin of which provides a wonderful backdrop.
The gardens were designed circa 1904. It is made up of several large pools and magnificent rockwork, dominated by the ruins of Kildrummy Castle. There is a tea room that serves light refreshments.
An impressive fortress built in 1628 by the Earl of Mar on the site of an even older habitation. Used by Hanovarian troops after the Jacobite Rising of 1745, later transformed by the Farquharsons of Invercauld into a residence of unusual charm.
Gordon Highlanders Museum
The Gordon Highlanders Museum is a military museum located in the heart of Aberdeen and is home to the regimental treasures of the world-famous Gordon Highlanders.
They are committed to preserving and sharing the legacy of the Gordon Highlanders for future generations.
Based in the heart of north-east Scotland, in the beautiful former home of prominent Scottish artist, Sir George Reid, the Museum is constantly evolving. They aim to provide a wide range of unique experiences for all of their visitors.
Go Ape! Tree Top Adventure
Located at Crathes Castle, a beautiful and extremely well preserved castles in Scotland set against a magnificent garden., should prove to be a beautiful sight to behold.
Satrosphere Science Centre is Scotland's first science and discovery centre and with over 50 hands-on interactive exhibits and live science shows. An interesting and educational day out for all of the family!
Museum of Scottish Lighthouses
A museum Built in and around the first lighthouse to be built in Scotland.
Monymusk Walled Garden
The Walled Garden was originally the 18th Century kitchen garden of Monymusk House providing the house-kitchen with fresh fruit, herbs, flowers and vegetables.
This has since been transformed into a tourist attraction with the addition of a garden centre and coffee shop, where visitors can relax and enjoy refreshments in beautiful surroundings. The Garden Centre sells plants, compost, gardening supplies and a selection of crafts made by local artists.
Information about Aberdeenshire
Some information about Aberdeenshire from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.
Aberdeenshire hosts some of the most breathtaking scenery Scotland has to offer and has a rich prehistoric and historic heritage. It is the location of a large number of Neolithic and Bronze Age archaeological sites, including Longman Hill, Kempstone Hill, Catto Long Barrow and Cairn Lee.
Interestingly, Aberdeenshire does not include Aberdeen City which is a Council Area in its own right. However, Aberdeenshire Council does have its headquarters at Woodhill House, in Aberdeen; the only Scottish council whose headquarters are based outside of the area\'s border. Aberdeenshire borders Angus and Perth and Kinross to the south, and Highland and Moray to the west
The present council area is named after the historic county of Aberdeen which had different boundaries and was abolished in 1975 to be replaced by Grampian Regional Council, and five district councils; Banff and Buchan, Gordon, Kincardine and Deeside, Moray and the City of Aberdeen, with local government functions shared between the two levels. In 1996 the Banff and Buchan district, the Gordon district and the Kincardine and Deeside district were merged to form the present Aberdeenshire council area, with the other two districts becoming autonomous council areas.
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