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The Aberdeenshire Digital Doors Open Days weekend is 19 and 20 September 2020.

And don't forget to leave us feedback on your experiences by completing our visitor survey.  You could even win a prize!

Aberdeenshire will present its largest ever digital offering this September, as we celebrate Aberdeenshire and the nation’s buildings online.    

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, it has been agreed that Doors Open Days 2020 will go digital within Aberdeenshire this year to ensure that people in Aberdeenshire and across the country can continue to safely explore Scotland’s buildings. 

Not only will the digital format enable local residents to enjoy an insight into North-east architecture from the comfort of their own home, they will be able to take a peek inside buildings the length and breadth of the country without the need for travel. 

Among the Aberdeenshire highlights throughout the weekend of September 19-20 are a virtual tour of the Duff House Mausoleum given by the Duke of Fife, a 3D walking tour of Fraserburgh, video tours of Braemar Castle, 1 High Shore Banff, the Macduff Knowes Tower War Memorial, the Tullich Church and Carved Stones project at Ballater and Aden Estate & Farming Museum, a virtual tour and digital quiz from Alford Heritage Centre, 'Priests and Pipes' talk from St James’ Church Stonehaven and stunning 360-degree digital tours of Peathill Kirk, Pitsligo Castle and the Sandhaven Meal Mill plus a live behind the scenes tour of Macduff Aquarium.

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Area Coordinator

  • Clare Tierney
  • Aberdeenshire Council