Attraction in Aberdeen
Dating from 1545, Provost Skene's House is one of Aberdeen's few surviving examples of early burgh architecture. It now houses an attractive series of period room settings, recalling the elegant furnishings of earlier times
from the 17th century Great Hall, Parlour and Bedroom to the 18th century Bedroom and Georgian Dining Room, as well as a Nursery recreated from the late 19th century.
Visitors can see an intriguing series of religious paintings in the Painted Gallery, changing fashions in the Costume Gallery and enjoy a light snack in The Cellar at Provost Skene's House. Displays of local interest, coins and archaeology are situated on the top floor.
Nearest UK Airport: Aberdeen
Months Open: All Year. Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm
Sunday 1pm - 4pm
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Notify in advance
Car Parking: Yes - Nearby
Admission Price: Free
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