Where to visit in Aberdeen this winter

As the winter days bring us closer to the holiday period, it can be harder to find motivation to do the daily grind of work, let alone stepping out of the house to do fun activities at the weekend. Fortunately, we have saved you the thumb work and have compiled a list of fun places to visit in Aberdeen this winter:

St. Andrew’s Day

This historical day takes place annually on the 30th November, to celebrate the patron Saint of Scotland, St. Andrews. It’s only fitting to visit St. Andrew’s Cathedral in Aberdeen and marvel at the beautiful architecture and enjoy the soothing singing of the choir.

Seaton Park

Want something to wake you up after your Christmas dinner session? Why not go for a walk and visit the famous Seaton Park? Besides having the perfect Instagram – worthy scenery, the walk is the best way to take in all the beauty that Aberdeen has to offer.

Hogmanay events

New Year’s Eve in Scotland is an exciting event filled with music, dancing and traditional Scottish dishes. Why don’t you bring in the New Year with some glitter in the air? Head over to Animal House’s New Year’s Eve glitterbomb party for confetti cannons, glitter stations, animal dancers, music and much more! Must be over 18 to attend.

Rainbow Casino

Why go to Aberdeen this winter if you’re not going to make the most of Rainbow Casino? Situated in the heart of Aberdeen City Centre, this is the place to be over the Christmas period. We have delicious Christmas meals, great games and a bar, as well as canapes and champagne to ring in the Hogmanay. End this year on a great note and visit Rainbow Casino.

Rainbow Casino is an over-18’s venue and promotes responsible gambling & drinking.