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The Gordon Highlanders Museum

St Luke's | Viewfield Road, Aberdeen AB15 7XH, Scotland
+44 1224 311200
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Initially a group from the Donside Lodge from the Buffs went along to the Gordon Highlander Museum... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Derek and Chris S
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Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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Amazing experience

Have been here before taking school kids here. The museum and the people who work there are... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Laurence B
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Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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"The Finest Regiment in the World" was how Sir Winston Churchill described The Gordon Highlanders in 1900. So why not come and see why? A wonderful day out and a fantastic welcome await you at The Gordon Highlanders Museum where we are committed to preserving and sharing the legacy of this world-famous Regiment. The Museum is a Visit Scotland 5* attraction (the only 5* military museum in Scotland). It is located at St Luke's, Viewfield Road, Aberdeen, in the beautiful former home of prominent Scottish artist, Sir George Reid. However the Gordon Highlanders Museum is more than just a museum - it has a wonderful tea room, a gift shop and beautiful gardens all of which are staffed by volunteers and can offer conference and fine dining facilities as well. The Museum, in addition to displaying the permanent collection, has a full programme of events throughout the year, including a major annual exhibition (at present 'Shattered Hopes - The Gordon Highlanders in 1914'). It also provides an excellent learning and outreach programme to schools and community groups throughout the North East of Scotland, courtesy of our Education sponsors. The Gordon Highlanders Museum is an independent self-financed charity that receives no public subsidy. It is reliant upon visitors, donations and sponsorship to maintain its current range of activities. Opening Times: Early February - Late November Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 4:30pm
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St Luke's | Viewfield Road, Aberdeen AB15 7XH, Scotland
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+44 1224 311200
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Initially a group from the Donside Lodge from the Buffs went along to the Gordon Highlander Museum to present a cheque to their appeal assist with the on going upkeep of this fantastic historical museum that show cases the Gordon Highlanders a local Aberdeen regiment....More

1  Thank Derek and Chris S
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Have been here before taking school kids here. The museum and the people who work there are amazing. So much History of the tegiment from its beginnings to the part they have played throughout the British Empire and World Wars. Exhibitz include weapons, medals, paitings...More

1  Thank Laurence B
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Overall great and informative museum. The volunteer guides were very passionate and good at telling the stories

1  Thank Anne A
Reviewed 5 days ago

We finally visited this museum after many years of saying that we would but never got round to it. Enjoyed finding out about the history of the Gordon highlanders and the guides were very knowledgeable and friendly aswell as smartly dressed. We enjoyed a coffee...More

1  Thank IainABZ
Reviewed 5 days ago

they have a good coffee shop. We had lunch which was excellent. Service is cheerful and efficient. Felt we could have lingered as long as we wanted. Service is by volunteers, some of whom like to chat but they all seem to know what they...More

1  Thank Elizabeth T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Excellent museum, everyone very attentive and eager to ensure that any questions were answered. Very keen to include children. Superb tearoom and gift shop leading to lovely memorial gardens. Well worth a visit.

1  Thank ColinRcr
Reviewed 1 week ago

Staff are very friendly and helpful - make you fell very comfortable with plenty time to choose food etc. Food is excellent and served with a smile. We will certainly be back again Highly recommended.

1  Thank Jimbuchan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Excellent and very informative museum and first class coffee shop/restaurant, staffed by helpful volunteers

1  Thank Daf1fo2dil
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Had a very enjoyable afternoon Some brilliant photos and models. Finished off with a nice cup of tea and a fancy piece!! Plenty of parking as well

1  Thank Echt
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Always very good service and very good value, easy parking and convenient to get to. I recommend it as a good place for a meet up

1  Thank BillBT2017
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BobbyDunsmuir147
5 February 2017|
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Response from mr1051 | Reviewed this property |
I have just read your question so huge apologies for not replying sooner. I have no idea on the painting but if you give them a call I am sure they would let you know. Perhaps you have already done this.
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Lachlan M
7 January 2017|
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Maureen E
4 October 2016|
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Response from Bryan S | Property representative |
Hell Yes we have wheelchairs available. If you ask at reception someone will be able to bring one out to your car and help. Regards Bryan Snelling Chief Executive The Gordon Highlanders Museum
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