In 1945 this Georgian terraced house was acquired by the Aberdeen Hebrew Congregation for use as a synagogue and it remains as such to this day. The principal ground floor room has been adapted and furnished along similar lines to those found in all Orthodox synagogues.
NB: THE SYNAGOGUE IS BEING USED FOR WORSHIP ON SATURDAY AND IS NOT OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. DOORS OPEN DAY FOR THIS VENUE ALONE IS SUNDAY 15 SEPTEMBER.
The University of Aberdeen's Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS) accommodates over 400 scientists and research staff working on cutting edge molecular and cell biology research. The building was the winning design in a competition.
On Doors Open Day the central atrium and ground floor labs are open and there are guided tours.
Guided tours: 10.30am, 1.00pm and 2.30pm.
Exhibition and information.
There is wheelchair access except at Level 7.
Guided tours: 11.00am, 11.30am, 12.00 noon, 12.30pm, 1.00pm, 2.00pm and 2.30pm.
There will be a display of historical items associated with the school and musical performances in the school hall.
Presentations at 10am, 11am, 12 noon, 1pm, 2pm and 3 pm. BOOKING ESSENTIAL: It is necessary to book a place by phoning 0808 808 2282.
Assisted Wheelchair access.
The Society was founded in 1789, originally as the Aberdeen Medical Society. In its early years its members continuously pressed for a proper University Medical School. It was here in 1920 that Professor Matthew Hay set out his scheme for the co-ordination of Aberdeen Hospitals and clinical University Departments on a common site. This led to the modern hospital and medical school complex at Foresterhill.
Access is from the road that runs through the hospital site from Foresterhill Road to Cornhill Road. Steps lead up to the entrance from the car park to the west of the building that bridges over this road.
On Doors Open Day the foyer, Council Chamber and lecture hall can be seen along with much material associated with the development of medicine in Aberdeen.
Exhibition, historical/other information.
Doors Open Day provides an opportunity to visit the inshore lifeboat and shed, the larger all-weather lifeboat and crew room.
The lifeboat station is entered from the eastern end of Waterloo Quay at the corner with York Place.
Disabled access (not to boat).
Image (c) RNLI Aberdeen Boathouse
Parking is available at the south side of the building, enter at main entrance facing the dual carriageway.
**TOURS MUST NOW BE BOOKED**
Bookings can be made by phoning the local police non-emergency 101
On Doors Open Day there will be tours of the Stand-by Control Room, Cell Block, Service Centre and Public Office.
Tours at 10.30am, 11am, 11.30am, 1pm, 1.30pm, 2pm, 2.30pm, 3pm and 3.30pm.
There will be tours of the building, a display of modern and historic vehicles and other displays and demonstrations (including the spectacular chip pan fire demonstration).
Visitors are reminded that the fire station remains operational on Doors Open Day. Children must be accompanied by adults.
Tours every 30 minutes.
School age children up to Secondary 3 are encouraged to take and submit one digital photograph of the outside of a property (taken from a public area) participating in Doors Open Day (Aberdeen) 2013 during Doors Open Day.
The best picture submitted to email@example.com may be used in publicity for Doors Open Day 2014.
All publishable pictures will be posted on the Doors Open Day (Aberdeen) Facebook page.
For competition rules and details of prizes, visit the Doors Open Day Facebook page.
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