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Local time in Aberdeen is now 04:25 AM (Saturday). The local timezone is named Europe / London with an UTC offset of one hour. We know of 10 airports in the vicinity of Aberdeen, of which 4 are larger airports. The closest airport in United Kingdom is Aberdeen Dyce Airport in a distance of 5 mi (or 9 km), North-West. Besides the airports, there are other travel options available (check left side).
There are two Unesco world heritage sites nearby. The closest heritage site in United Kingdom is Old and New Towns of Edinburgh in a distance of 87 mi (or 139 km), South. Also, if you like golfing, there are a few options in driving distance. Looking for a place to stay? we compiled a list of available hotels close to the map centre further down the page.
When in this area, you might want to pay a visit to some of the following locations: Forfar, Dundee, Elgin, Haddington and Glenrothes. To further explore this place, just scroll down and browse the available info.
http://www.eveningexpress.co.uk/Article.aspx/3230463 AN ABERDEEN art student plans to paint himself different colours each day, as part of a unique new art exhibition. Gray's School of Art...
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Distances are based on the centre of the city/town and sightseeing location. This list contains brief abstracts about monuments, holiday activities, national parcs, museums, organisations and more from the area as well as interesting facts about the region itself. Where available, you'll find the corresponding homepage. Otherwise the related wikipedia article.
The Trinity Centre (known as "The Mall Aberdeen" from 2006 to Dec 2009, and before that as Trinity Shopping Centre) is a one floor shopping centre in Aberdeen, Scotland. It has a two level Gold Award Car Park. There are 408 spaces and the main entrance is on Wapping Street. Wider spaces are available for parents and children and the disabled. Car Valeting services are now also provided.
The Tivoli Theatre, Guild Street, in Aberdeen, Scotland, opened in 1872 as Her Majesty's Theatre and was built by the Aberdeen Theatre and Opera House Company Ltd, under architects James Matthews of Aberdeen and C.B. Phipps, a London-based architect brought in to consult. The auditorium was rebuilt in 1897 by theatre architect Frank Matcham, but then closed temporarily in 1906, following the opening of the larger His Majesty's Theatre.
Located at 57.1451, -2.0975 (Lat. / Lng.), about 0 miles away. Wikipedia Article Culture in Aberdeen, Theatres completed in 1897, Category A listed buildings in Scotland, Listed buildings in Aberdeen, Former theatres in Scotland, Theatres in Aberdeen
The Kirk of St Nicholas is a historic church located in the city centre of Aberdeen, Scotland. It is now officially known as the "Kirk of St Nicholas (uniting)" as it is membership of both of the Church of Scotland and the United Reformed Church. It is also known as "The Mither Kirk" (mother church) of the city. The earliest mention of a church on the site of the present Kirk can be found in a Papal document of 1157.
Located at 57.1476, -2.0992 (Lat. / Lng.), about 0 miles away. Wikipedia Article, Homepage Church of Scotland churches in Scotland, Churches in Aberdeen, Collegiate churches in Scotland, Listed buildings in Aberdeen, Category A listed buildings in Scotland, Listed churches in Scotland
Aberdeen Maritime Museum is a maritime museum in Aberdeen, Scotland. The museum is situated on the historic Shiprow in the heart of the city, near the harbour. It makes use of a range of buildings including a former church and Provost Ross' House, one of the oldest domestic buildings in the city. The museum tells the story of the city's long relationship with the North Sea. Collections cover shipbuilding, fast sailing ships, fishing and port history, and displays on the North Sea oil industry.
Sir George Skene, or Provost Skene, was Provost of Aberdeen, Scotland in the 17th century from (16761685). Today he is most famous and widely known not for his time as Provost, but for his house which is a major tourist attraction in Aberdeen.
Located at 57.1483, -2.0975 (Lat. / Lng.), about 0 miles away. Wikipedia Article, Homepage Museums in Aberdeen, Buildings and structures in Aberdeen, People associated with Aberdeen, Lord Provosts of Aberdeen, Fashion museums in the United Kingdom, Historic house museums in Aberdeen
Shiprow is a historic street in the heart of Aberdeen, Scotland, near the harbour. Formerly the Shiprow sloped upward more gradually than it does now, and it crossed Union Street in a depression between St Catherine's Hill on the west and Castle Street, once high uneven ground, on the east. That the Shiprow has been made up several feet can be seen by a house at the end of Exchequer Row, and it crossed Union Street and entered Broad Street at a lower level than the present.
Union Bridge is a bridge on Union Street, Aberdeen, Scotland. It is the largest single-span granite bridge in the world, at 130 feet (40 metres). It was built by Thomas Fletcher under some influence from Thomas Telford. It is a Category B listed building with Historic Scotland.
Union Square is a shopping centre located in the centre of Aberdeen, Scotland, which opened to the public on Thursday, 29 October 2009. The centre contains a covered shopping mall and retail park. Following delays, the developer Hammerson began construction of Union Square in 2007.
Aberdeen Bus Station (Sometimes known as Union Square Bus Station) is a bus station in Aberdeen city centre which serves Aberdeen city. It opened in its present form in 2008 as a replacement to the last bus station which closed to make way for Union Square. It is attached to Union Square shopping centre providing handy links to the shops the main Aberdeen train station is located really close and it is also less than a mile away from the ferry terminal.
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