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LOCAL

Provost Skene's House

By RGrant 24 Nov 2021

Provost Skene’s House is an ancient townhouse dating from 1545 and is the oldest such house in Aberdeen City.

A public and free of charge museum, it boasts a Hall of Fame of notable Aberdeen citizens, both current and historic. It features famous sports people, artists, writers and musicians, in addition to medical pioneers, scientists and archaeologists.

A visit to this museum is a must for anyone interested in the history and the people of Aberdeen.

More information

Email: info@aagm.co.uk



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Address Details

Provost Skene's House 

Guestrow (between Broad Street and Flourmill Lane) 

Aberdeen 

AB10 1AS

Opening Hours

Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm 

Sunday 11am-4pm

Admission Free

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