The City of Aberdeen is home to sparkling buildings made of the local granite and world-famous parks and gardens. Although it’s a small city compared to Edinburgh or Glasgow, it has a unique identity with some of Europe’s oldest universities. Aberdeen Harbor has grown continuously over the past decades, and it is now home to one of Europe’s biggest suburbs. However, many areas still have the feel of the old villages. Aberdeen Harbor is home to some must-see sights.
Aberdeen Harbor is home to eight art galleries, 16 castles, 12 distilleries, 16 museums, and 19 visitor attractions to keep visitors very busy. A comprehensive list of these wonderful can be found on the city’s official tourism website. At this website, you’ll learn about the area’s trails, towns and villages, parks and natural areas, historic sites and buildings, and activities that include fishing, golf, sports, wildlife, nightlife, shopping, and food and drink establishments.
Travelers who want to visit Aberdeen Harbor by sea can find a list of scheduled cruises by searching for “Aberdeen” on the Cruise Compete website.