Aberdeen Scotland, home of the famous William Wallace Statue

William Wallace AberdeenAberdeen is located on the coast of the North Sea in Scotland which makes it a dazzling destination for any vacation. With many places to stay, sites to see and things to do, it will be hard to get them all done in one vacation.

Museums and Galleries

There is a variety of museums and galleries in Aberdeen. Looking for art, check out the Aberdeen Art Gallery. How about seeing a specialty museum like the Aberdeen Maritime Museum, Gordon Highlander, The Tolbooth, Millennium Village, or the Little Treasure museum? More into natural science and history, Aberdeen has some for you too, like the Planetarium, Marischal Museum, or the Satrosphere Science Centre.

Architectural Beauty

The architectural landmarks are always a must see in Scotland. Some religious buildings you may want to visit are King’s College Chapel, St. Andrews Cathedral, Cathedral of St. Mary, Kirk of St. Nicholas, St. Machar’s Cathedral, Crathie Church and St. Marks. Others include Salvation Army Citadel, Ben Holm’s Tower, Marischal College, Central Library, and the Castle gate. Some other historical landmarks are the Footdee neighborhood, Provost Skene’s house, Craigevar Castle, Robert Gordon University, Fasque House, Torry Battery, and Old Castle of Slains.

Theatere

Going to see a box office theatre show is a relaxing change if you have a frantic vacation plan. Purchasing London box office theatre tickets can be done on a whim or on line while planning your vacation, so you know ahead of time where and when you have to be at the theatre. Some of the theatres in Aberdeen are His Majesty’s, Aberdeen Music Hall and Cowdray Hall. You always have the option to take a train or car ride down the coast to London to see a show.

Landmarks

Here are some points of interest, statues and random landmarks that you may find interesting while in your Scotland vacation spot. The Queen Victoria statue, the monument of Prince Albert and Prince Consort, the Duke of Gordon, Edward VII, and the statue of William Wallace.

The family entertainment in Aberdeen includes John Codona’s Pleasure Fair, Storybook Glen, Aberdeen beach, or the Doonies Farm. If you want a more adult vacation you can visit one of the clubs in Aberdeen like, The Moorings, Cellar 35, Babylon, or the comedy club-Breakneck. Looking for relaxation, before using your London theatre tickets visit the Evelina’s spa. Before you leave Scotland you’ll have to go shopping at The Green or the Aberdeen Antique Centre.