The Gordon Highlanders museum celebrates the story of the Gordon Highlanders through history that spanned for 200 years, from the 1794 to 1994, the museum contains medals, uniforms, weapons and also more modern things like photographs and videos and guides which show you round and explain in great details of how “the finest regiment in the world, quoted by Winston Churchill, in 1990, came to be.
Online and on the day Admission Prices & Tickets 2017
Adult Ticket: Standard adult ticket
Child Ticket: Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult
Family Ticket: 2 adults with max. 3 children or 1 adult plus 2 or 3 children
Concession ticket: Senior Citizen/Student/ Former Gordon Highlanders – ID required
Museum & Tea Room Opening Hours 2017
Monday: CLOSED *More information below*
Tuesday: 10:00am – 4:30pm
Wednesday: 10:00am – 4:30pm
Thursday: 10:00am – 4:30pm
Friday: 10:00am – 4:30pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 4:30pm
The venue is closed December & January.
Mondays The Gordon Highlanders Museum is open on: 10 April 2017 , 1 May 2017, 10 July 2017 and 25 September 2017
Tea Room and Gardens – Admission free.
Shop: You can find a number of things such as exclusive gifts, books, jewellery that’s been inspired by the museums collections.
Tea Room: The Duchess Jean Tea Room
Toilets:There are accessible toilet facilities within this venue.
Baby change facilities are located within the venue.
There is an additional accessible toilet on the lower ground floor.
Disabled Access points
Car Parks and Disabled Access
Parking is free for all users
There is/are 2 Blue Badge parking bay(s) within the car park.
The route from the car park to the entrance is accessible to a wheelchair user with assistance.
There is a dropped kerb between the car park and the venue.
The car park does not have a height restriction barrier.Content 3
Latest New & the Future
BBC News: for more information
The award-winning attraction – which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year – has suffered an 80% drop in profits, despite a rise in visitor numbers, and tours last year which involved children from more than 50 schools.
The museum said it needed to raise £100,000 a year for the next three years to keep it going.
Eveningexpress: for more information
Newly-elected SNP councillor John Cooke asked Aberdeen City Council whether it could assist the Gordon Highlanders Museum which has launched an appeal to raise £300,000 in three years in a bid to stay open.
Cllr Cooke, whose grandfather served with the Gordon Highlanders, said: “I am delighted there has been unanimous support for my motion, which seeks to support the Gordon Highlanders in its hour of need.