What’s On in Aberdeen

Find out What's On In Aberdeen, Restaurants, Shopping, Sightseeing, Sports, Events, Nightclubs, Places to stay, Hotels in Aberdeen, with our comprehensive website. Whether you live in Aberdeen, are visiting or looking to move here, you will be able to find places to stay, the best places to eat and drink, properties to buy or rent, local news & events, activities for the whole family, unique places to shop, beautiful scenic locations, historic landmarks, city centre entertainment, attractions and more!

What’s on in Aberdeen

Things To See and Do

Attractions and Places to Visit in Aberdeen

Attractions and Places to Visit in Aberdeen

With rolling hills, open farmland and towering mountains in the west and sweeping beaches, coastal cliffs and panoramic skies in the east, Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire has plenty of room for you to relax and breathe.

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Places to stay in Aberdeen

Places to Stay in Aberdeen

Aberdeen offers plenty of wonderful accommodation options, including sleek city centre hotels, eco-friendly retreats and luxurious country houses. You can stay in a bustling city centre, with great access-friendly attractions right on your doorstep, or out in the countryside.

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Sports and Activities

Sports and Activities

If you’re looking for inspiration for new places to go, days out and things to do, there's no shortage of activities in Aberdeen. Hiking, riding, mountain-biking, gliding, skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, surfing, kiteboarding … the list goes on.

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Activities, Where to Eat, Where to Stay, What to Do in Aberdeen

Whether you’re looking for things to do in Aberdeen such as events and attractions or are planning where to stay in Aberdeen, you’ll find everything you need for your Aberdeen holiday on What's On In Aberdeen.net.

Make sure to discover Aberdeen’s diverse neighbourhoods, from tranquil suburbs to central areas full of shopping, entertainment and dining options.

Aberdeen have a fantastic range of restaurants and places to eat and drink, where you can be served all kinds of tasty things to eat.
With quaint seaside cafes, elegant city centre restaurants and traditional country pubs all serving up the best of our natural larder, there’s every opportunity to get a real taste of Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire during your stay.

Smoke and Soul
Ciao Napoli Restaurant

Mobile catering business firing up quality smoked and BBQ spit-roasted meats at private and public events. We are Smoke & Soul.

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Rustico Restaurant
Rustico Restaurant

It is a warm, family run Mediterranean restaurant in the heart of the Granite City. Enjoy a step back to the fifties style trattoria with cosy alcoves, rough walls and picture after picture of the beautiful Sicilian coast.
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Fife Arms
Fife Arms

The Fife Arms is the perfect venue for the business person as well as for leisure breaks with many interests including the whisky trail, shooting & fishing.

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Drop-in consultation for residents and businesses in Belmont Quarter next week

Drop-in consultation for residents and businesses in Belmont Quarter next week News Image Belmont Quarter artist impressions
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Wed, 11/05/2022 – 9:43 am
    A drop-in consultation to gather information from residents and businesses in Belmont Street and nearby streets for a new permanent café culture in the area is being held next week.   The £1.5million investment in the Belmont Quarter area from Aberdeen City Council will help to grow city centre employment, create a metropolitan look which will develop as an attractive food and drink destination, and become a culturally distinctive neighbourhood that will enhance the conservation area.   The drop-in event includes two options for the area for what the café culture will look like – barrier outdoor seating with umbrellas which could be in place in late Autumn, or shelter structures which could be installed next Spring.   The two-day drop-in event, which is complemented by an online consultation, will also include operational plans for how the Belmont Quarter would work for deliveries, waste trucks, and other requirements depending on the design chosen.   The event will have designers and engineers on hand to answer queries, and there will also be council officers available from 2pm until 4pm each day to answer any specific licensing questions.   Both businesses and residents will continue to be consulted on the draft design over the coming weeks.   An Aberdeen City Council spokeswoman said: “It is fantastic to be able to have this drop-in event along with an online consultation and we’d encourage people who live and work in the Belmont Quarter area to come along, see what the two proposals are, and give feedback to the team.   “The café culture in the Belmont Quarter is just one of several exciting changes happening in the city centre and we look forward to what’s coming up in the months ahead.”   The city centre, new Aberdeen Market, and Queen Street projects are part of the City Centre Masterplan (CCMP), a regeneration blueprint which is transforming the city centre while conserving its proud heritage.   Since it was approved in 2015, the CCMP has already delivered several achievements to date including redevelopment of Provost Skene’s House, the redevelopment of Aberdeen Art Gallery, the Music Hall, Marischal Square, and Broad Street. The regeneration of Union Terrace Gardens will also provide a wheelchair-accessible multi-function space…





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What’s On In

Famed for its dominating granite architecture, untouched city beach and lively festivals and events, Aberdeen is a perfect base for then venturing further into Aberdeenshire. Expect powerful mountainous landscapes, majesty, outdoor adventure, Doric culture and long traditions in Royal Deeside. And if you’re more into rugged coastlines, cliff edge ruins and spectacular sandscapes, a trip along the Aberdeenshire Coast will indulge you in some of Scotland’s most dramatic scenery.

Beyond the city of Aberdeen you will find the surrounding area of Aberdeenshire, which is made up of some of Scotland’s most celebrated towns and villages – film famous, of historic importance, regal and the inspiration to many storytellers across the centuries. Aberdeen has an extensive range of things to do with a selection of adventures and activities.