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Quaker Meeting House

11 September 2021 (Online)

12 September 2021 (Online)

Aberdeen City

It is the only purpose built Quaker Meeting House still in use in Scotland. It features the plain simplicity of a typical QMH with the Elders' Bench. There are 2 full size photographs of two of the 79 Quaker Tapestries at Kendal on display, one relating to early Quaker history in NE Scotland, both were embroidered by Quakers in Scotland in 1980's.

Digital Resources

Virtual Tour

Virtually explore the Quaker Meeting House!

Go on a virtual guided tour!

Key Information

Architect: William Kelly

Building Date: 1903

  • 98 Crown Street
  • Aberdeen
  • AB11 6HJ