We are situated in Gourdon, Aberdeenshire on the East coast of Scotland. Within easy reach of Aberdeen, Dundee, Carnoustie (Golf open), Montrose, Stonehaven & Royal Deeside. The perfect environment for Golf, Walking, Sight Seeing, Fishing, Mountain Biking, Bird Watching, Photography and Art, with Castles, Churches and Wild Life Centres at St. Cyrus, Forfar & Brechin. Relax in beautiful surroundings with spectacular views over the harbour, village and North Sea. Great location for North Sea cycle route and coast and castles north cycle route.
Art - By - Jax
"Trees, triangles and sea timbres are the inspiration behind the artworks created by Gourdon artist, Jacky Niven. The abstract and semi-abstract pieces also depict elements of the artists synaesthesia condition whereby auditory stimuli provoke particular colour, form and texture. Jacky is also known for her popular puffin paintings and undertakes a variety of creative works including graphic design, public and community projects and commissions. Art Studio open all year by appointment please visit website or call 07971 976 090 for details."
Bell Rock Lighthouse
This site commemorates probably Scotlands greatest single engineering feat of the early 19th century. It also celebrates the men who built it .
Clyde Waterfront was a strategic partnership comprising the Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, Glasgow City, Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire Councils.
Its purpose from 2003 to 2014 was to promote the economic, social and environmental regeneration of 13 miles of the River Clyde from Glasgow city centre to Dumbarton.
Dundee Heritage Trust
A trip to Discovery Point is an adventure in its own right as audiovisual shows, computer-based multimedia and displays of the actual artefacts of the crew transport you to Antarctica.
Climb aboard Captain Scott's ship RRS Discovery where you will follow in the footsteps of him and his crew.
Fishing Boat Heritage
We have a rich heritage in our communities, families and boats which have committed to the UK fishing industry over the past 150 years. Significant records and recollections of the people and their boats exist today. Fishing Boat Heritage has been created to provide a single easily accessed archive before much of this is lost forever.
Best known as the designer of the Cutty Sark and partner in the yard of Scott and Linton which built her.
He was born in Inverbervie, Aberdeenshire,
Moray Heritage Connections is a membership organisation that aims to promote the culture and heritage of Moray through its heritage centres and museums
The Cutty Sark
The Cutty Sark was one of the last tea clipper chips to be built and one of the fastest.Built on the Clyde in 1869 and designed by Inverbevie man Hercules Linton.
UnivoxAudio is pleased to support the Maggie Law Museum. We are the UK subsidiary of world leading hearing loop manufacturer Bo Edin. In Addition to training, designing and supplying standard compliant hearing loop systems with high intelligibility, we distribute a range of audio systems. These include portable wireless PA's with CD, Ipod and blue tooth interface, FM wireless systems and tour guide systems for live or pre-recorded tours.
Aberdeen Built Ships Project
You can sse this website to search for information about any of the nearly 3,000 recorded ships built in Aberdeen since 1811 and to see what objects are held at Aberdeen Maritime Museum.
Grace Darling Museum
Originally opened in Bamburgh, Northumberland, UK in 1938, today’s museum boasts a stylish and environmentally friendly building that does justice to the displays, events and research that takes place here.
The museum commemorates the life of Victorian Britain's greatest heroine and the story of the wreck of the SS Forfarshire in 1838.
Museum of Scottish Lighthouses
The Museum based in Fraserburgh consists of the first lighthouse built on mainland Scotland and a purpose-built museum. The main highlight is a 45 minute guided tour to Kinnaird Head lighthouse.
Royal Museums Greenwich - Cutty Sark
At this museum you can board the recently relaunched Cutty Sark.This is the opening of a new chapter in the extraordinary life of one of the world’s most famous ships. The last surviving tea clipper and the fastest and greatest of her time, she is a living testimony to the bygone, glorious days of sail and, most importantly, a monument to those that lost their lives in the merchant service.
Scottish Fisheries Museum - Anstruther
Situated in the beautiful fishing port of Anstruther in Fife, Scotland, this charitable trust has become a national institution with an international reputation.
Check out the galleries which integrate Shetland’s museum and archives collections for the first time to tell Shetland’s story in the most complete and accessible way.