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The Gordon Highlanders Museum

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January 16, 2020
Scotland has a long and proud martial history and this excellent museum showcases The Gordon Highlanders 200 year story. Sir Winston Churchill called them "the Finest Regiment in the World"
November 8, 2019
also make a visit to the Victorian Tearooms.
July 6, 2018
"The Finest Regiment in the World" was how Sir Winston Churchill described The Gordon Highlanders in 1900. A wonderful day out and a fantastic welcome await you at The Gordon Highlanders Museum where we are committed to preserving and sharing the legacy of this world-famous Regiment. The Museum is…
May 9, 2018
First Bus Number 11 Situated in the fashionable west end of Aberdeen, Scotland, in the former home of leading Scottish artist Sir George Reid, The Gordon Highlanders Museum offers a warm, friendly welcome to all our visitors and is a great day out for the family, a wonderful destination for lunch…
Colin @ Dwellcome Home
Colin @ Dwellcome Home
June 11, 2017
The Duchess Jean Tea Room is an ideal place to relax and sample the best the region can offer in traditional tea room fayre. Also has a small museum and gift shop if you wanted to take home a local bit of Scotland with you !

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“One of my favourite places for a bite of lunch. Daily specials with fresh ingredients. 10/15 min walk from flat”
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“Best Sports facilities with 2 olympic size temperature controlled pools and sauna and steam and all.”
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“The original Brew Dog pub! Great selection of mainly Brew Dog beers but a few guest beers too. Industrial style space serving freshly baked pizzas and cheese or charcuterie platters. A cosy pub to hang out in on a cold winter afternoon.”
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“In Old Aberdeen, the Cathedral Church of St. Machar — usually referred to simply as St. Machar's Cathedral — is believed to occupy the site of a small Celtic chapel erected by St. Machar in AD 581. The succeeding cathedral was founded in 1136, although the earliest work in the present building dates from the 14th century (it was completed in 1552). Of particular note to visitors are the striking towers on the West front, with their sandstone spires dating from 1518 to 1530, and the 16th-century wooden ceiling painted with coats of arms. Be sure to also pay attention to the stained-glass windows, most dating from the 1870s. If you can, try to time your visit to coincide with one of the frequent classical or choral concerts held here (details are available on the cathedral website). A shop is located on-site.”
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“Evidence of Aberdeen's old medieval town can still be seen around Castlegate, which centuries later is still very much the focal point of the city. While there's no longer a castle here, the tower of the 17th-century Tolbooth — formerly the town hall and prison — is Aberdeen's oldest building and home to a museum with fascinating displays on the development of crime and punishment. Exhibits include original prison cells from the 1600s that were infamously used a hundred years later to house Scots prisoners after the Battle of Culloden. You can also see the "Maiden," the blade from the city's guillotine. This fascinating structure is also said to be Scotland's most haunted building.”
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