Doors Open Days gives you access to hundreds of fascinating buildings across Scotland. Every weekend in September you can explore places that are normally closed to the public. Some open up once a year, some just once in a lifetime. Discover the architecture, places and spaces right on your doorstep or explore a new part of the country.
In Aberdeenshire, this year’s celebrations are taking place on Royal Deeside over the weekend of 19 & 20 September, with over 25 fascinating buildings opening their doors to the public. These range from restored train stations to castles, and churches to a traditional highland ‘fermtoun’.
An Information Hub will operate from the Victory Hall in Aboyne and given that it is Scotland’s Year of Food & Drink, wherever possible, there will opportunities to showcase local food & drink.
Click on Aberdeenshire Doors Open Days to read more about this special event.