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Getting here

Walking: 7 minutes from Aberdeen train station.

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Training in Aberdeen

Aberdeen is the third most populated city in Scotland, with an official population estimate of 200,680 for the city of Aberdeen and 227,560 for the surrounding council area.In 2018, Aberdeen was found to be the best city in the UK to start a business. It has been labelled a leading business hub and is only city in Scotland to be designated an economic ‘super city.’If you’d like to attend training at our Aberdeen training venue, you can find us at 1 Marischal Square, Broad Street, Aberdeen AB10 1BL. Nearby you’ll find the Aberdeen Art Gallery houses and the Aberdeen Maritime Museum – Shiprow, Aberdeen AB11 5BY.

Aberdeen Maritime Museum

Travel to and from Aberdeen



Aberdeen Airport (ABZ)

International and local visitors to Aberdeen will likely arrive via air at Aberdeen Airport (ABZ) at Dyce, north of the city. Nearby is the local heliport, which services the oil industry and rescue services. With the discovery of North Sea oil, the heliport links the growing number of oil platforms to the mainland, making it one of the busiest commercial heliports in the world.


Local bus services offer public transport in the city and between local towns in the area with Aberdeen Tramways depot on King Street serving as the primary point of departure. Most trains arrive and deport from Aberdeen railway station – Guild St, Aberdeen AB11 6LX.Long distance coaches provide travel to neighbouring towns and cities with regular services to and from London, Glasgow and Edinburgh

Aberdeen railway station



Deeside Way in Aberdeen

If you’d like to stretch your legs, Aberdeen is connected to the UK National Cycle Network, and has tracks south to Dundee and Edinburgh and one to the north that forks to Inverness and Fraserburgh.Two popular sight-seeing paths are the Deeside Way to Banchory and the Formartine and Buchan Way to Ellon, used by a mixture of cyclists, walkers and horses.

Things to do in Aberdeen


Aberdeen Art Gallery houses a collection of Victorian, Scottish and British. It also includes a collection of late art donated by the museum’s first benefactor. New exhibitions of contemporary art are displayed regularly.The Aberdeen Maritime Museum, in Shiprow, includes a model of the Murchison oil production platform and a 19th-century assembly taken from Rattray Head lighthouse.

Aberdeen Art Gallery


Aberdeen Student Show

Marischal Museum holds the collections of the University of Aberdeen. Almost 80,000 items of fine art, Scottish history and archaeology, are stored here. Permanent displays feature alongside a regular rotation of temporary exhibitions.


Aberdeen hosts dozens of festivals and out-door events such as the Aberdeen International Youth Festival, Aberdeen Jazz Festival, Aberdeen Alternative Festival and the University of Aberdeen’s annual May Fest.The Aberdeen Student Show is the longest-running of its kind in the United Kingdom. It is written, produced and performed by students and graduates of Aberdeen’s universities. On a handful of occasions it has been staged at His Majesty’s Theatre – Rosemount Viaduct, Aberdeen AB25 1GL. The Student Show traditionally combines comedy and music.National festivals in Aberdeen included the British Science Festival, hosted by the University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University and at other venues across the city. The University of Aberdeen also hosts the Inter Varsity Folk Dance Festival, the longest running folk festival in the United Kingdom.

Aberdeen Student Show

Music and film


Aberdeen Music Hall

Aberdeen sports a variety of live music venues. Belmont Street is particularly well-known its’ live music and night culture. Popular music venues include the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre and the Aberdeen Music Hall – Union St, Aberdeen AB10 1QS.Notable Aberdonian musicians include Annie Lennox, Emeli Sandé, cult band Pallas and composer John McLeod.Local cinemas include The Belmont Picturehouse – 49 Belmont St, Aberdeen AB10 1JS, among others.