Truth is, Aberdeen is not the hottest tourist trail in Britain, however this is still one place that you should visit in the event that you find yourself wandering that far North. If you are on a budget, or you just want to have a laid back and simple trip, then this is one city that you should take a look at. People who are on a budget love traveling to Aberdeen due to the simple fact that it offers lots of free attractions and activities. In the event that you plan on going to Aberdeen, here is the list of the top free attractions in Aberdeen:
The Aberdeen Art Gallery. If you are an art lover or you are the type of person who like to take a look at beautiful things, then this is one attraction you should not forget to visit! This art gallery is the home to all the good art pieces that Aberdeen has to offer. It exhibits the collections from the 19th, 20th as well as the 21st works. It offers people a diverse and rich art collection together with an exciting programme of all their special exhibitions. Aside from the art pieces, you can also get to enjoy different souvenirs from the gallery shop as well as tasty desserts and a good cup of coffee in the galler’s coffee shop.
The Aberdeen Maritime Museum. If you are a history buff, the this is one attraction you should visit! This will show you works that exhibits the great relationship between the city and the sea. This museum has garnered lots of awards because of its exquisite exhibits which tell the great history of Aberdeen. This can be found in the famous and historic Shiprow and has the beauty of Provost Ross’ House. Built in 1953, the Aberdeen Maritime Museum is the home to a one of a kind collection of ship building, fishing and port history together with fast sailing ships.
Aberdeen parks. One of the best way to enjoy a trip is to lie on the grass or take a stroll down the famous Aberdeen parks. Nothing beats relaxing on the park, admiring the beauty of the green grass and the flowers and just simply breathing in the fresh air of Aberdeen. Averdeen is well known for its amazing and beautiful gardens that everyone is free to enjoy.
Provost Skene’s House. Built in 1545, Provost Skene’s House is the home to a collection of really attractive rperiod rooms. Each rooms is designed to portray the way people lived during the 17th, 18th and even the early 19th century. It is named after Aberdeen’s most famous resident. In fact, a lot of people say that Lord Provost Skene, himself, provisioned the carved plaster ceilings,. The house exhibits amazing religious paintings along with the ever changing exhibits of dresses or costumes.
Rome Beley wrote this article. She is a travel ambassador and blogger from Deck Chair Cruising. They offer cruises to those looking for a sea based adventure. Despite her busy schedule, she never forgets to indulge in her wanderlust.