The Gordon Highlanders Museum is a 5-star Visit Scotland attraction and tells the compelling and dramatic 200 year story of the Gordon Highlanders from the Napoleonic Wars to the modern day, using spectacular displays, film and the passion and knowledge of our guides.
Uncover the celebrated history of The Gordon Highlanders, one of the greatest regiments to have served in the British Army.
The Museum boasts a Nationally Significant Collection recounting the 200-year history of “the Finest Regiment in the World!”.
The Regiment’s story begins during Napoleonic times, continues through the Victorian and Edwardian eras, both World Wars and onward through the 20th century.
Tour highlights include:
No visit to the Museum would be complete without a visit to the fantastic WW1 Trench – The Moffat Trench. Let the Museum Guides tell the story of the Gordon Highlanders during the First World War, whilst you experience and feel ‘trench-life’ for yourself.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum, St Luke’s Viewfield Road, Aberdeen AB15 7XH
Museum: Reopens 1st March 2022
Tuesday – Saturday 10.00am – 4.30pm (Last tour leaves at 3pm)
Cafe: Tuesday – Saturday 10.00am – 4.30pm (Last orders 4pm)
This offer only applies to Museum admission only.
All bookings and payment of admission tickets need to be made in advance directly on the Gordon Highlanders Museum website. The code supplied with your pass will need to be entered in the online booking with The Gordon Highlanders Museum.*(This facility is currently being set up)
Please note you cannot use The Northern Highlights Pass in conjunction with any other offer.
10% off standard admission prices:
An award winning 5 Star Visitor Attraction, showcasing 200 years of Regimental History, Replica Trench, Armoury, Medal and Silver Room, Officers’ Mess and The Duchess Jean Tea Room.
Following in the footsteps of serving soldiers, the museum takes you on an eye-opening journey through the history of “the Finest Regiment in the World“ (Sir Winston Churchill, 1900), with a story spanning 200 years of world history which includes 19 Victoria Crosses with 11 on display!