Aberdeen Marine Museum , Aberdeen
About Aberdeen Marine Museum , Aberdeen
Aberdeen Marine Museum , Aberdeen - Address, Phone Number
Address: 52 - 56 Shiprow | Provost Ross House,Aberdeen AB11 5BY, Scotland
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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History says, Aberdeen had a long relation with the North Sea. If you wish to know some captivating stories related to the sea, visit this award winning museum named Aberdeen Marine Museum. Situated on the historic Shiprow, this beautiful museum was built in 1593. A visit to this museum will take you on a historical journey of the booming fishing industry of the city to the present flourishing oil industry of the city. Within the museum, you can see displays belonging to the North Boats, oil industry and marine industry and clipper ships. The new section of the exhibition includes Aberdeen Harbour gallery and displays belonging to the fishing techniques and also techniques related to parking ship at the harbour.
A great place for visitors belonging to different age groups and to get a stunning view of the busy harbour!
Aberdeen Marine Museum Information
- Entry is free.
- Aberdeen Maritime Museum offers disabled access to most parts of the building.
- Guide dogs are admitted.
- Reduced parking rates are available at the NCP car park on Shiprow for those visiting Aberdeen Maritime Museum. Ask the reception desk for details.
- Disabled parking spaces are available outside The Robert Gordon University, which is located next to Aberdeen Art Gallery.
- Tours on foreign languages are available. For details, get in touch with the reception desk.
Aberdeen Marine Museum Opening and Closing Hours
Maritime museum shop hours
- 10am -5pm (Monday to Saturday)
- 12pm -3pm (Sunday)
- 10am – 4:45pm (Monday to Saturday)
- 12pm – 2:45pm (Sunday)
How To reach Aberdeen Marine Museum by Public Transport
- Bus no. 5, get off at Stop M2 , Market Street
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Superb collection of maritime memorabilia covering the history of Aberdeen and the North Sea. Some great interactive exhibits and worth it alone to see the scale model of the oil rig. There is a decent cafe on the lower level offering hot food and drinks, soup was superb on a cold aberdeen day. Friendly and informed staff were superb.
Very interesting museum. Loved the area about North Sea Drilling, diving suits etc. The literature about the Alpha Rig fire was very informative. .. all in all a great place to visit. . and it's free..... Also a smashing little cafe..
Considering that it is free of charge you should absolutely pay this place a visit. It is a great museum. It offers information about Aberdeen harbour, the North Sea and oil and gas platforms (place is supported by the oil industry, which is visible but also leads so some interesting pieces to see). Nice view over the harbour. Good coffee in the Café. Very nice staff.
Friendly helpful staff and a lot of content for a small free museum overlooking the harbour. Oil industry information and videos in particular were good.
I've been there a number of times with visiting family members and friends. Good place for one to learn about oil and gas industry. Very informative and fun. Downstairs is a cafeteria (haven't visited myself) for someone who needs some energy to get going.