Aberdeen accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays
A beautiful town in Scotland, Aberdeen is the perfect destination getaway. The city has lots of festivals, castles, and sights making it a great town for almost everyone.
Things to do
Gordon Highlander’s Museum
This museum is an adventure filled with learning. With six different themed rooms and a garden, this museum is sure to be a memorable part of your trip. They offer various festivals and events throughout the year to make your visit unforgettable.
Aberdeen Maritime Museum
This museum tells of the captivating North Sea. You can view exciting displays of the North boats. You can also learn about the offshore oil industry. The museum also features exhibits on ‘how to fish’ and how to park a boat. This museum is perfect for nautical enthusiast.
Duthie Park and Winter Gardens
Close to the city center, you will this park. With some of the best play areas in Scotland, Duthie Park is sure to be a hit with the kids. You can paddle boat in the pond. The park also has an exotic garden, housed in a glass house. The Winter Gardens have the largest species of cacti in Britain.
Accessible Holiday Rentals Aberdeen
Handiscover will help you make all the necessary arrangements to find accommodation to suit your situation. Our website offers three accessibility options to choose from. You select your option and a list of accommodations appears that offer what you need. Select from the list and have an easy and relaxing stay away from home.
Aberdeen offers buses as public transportation. You can use the normal bus schedule or even book a bus ahead of time. Taxis are also available. Services are also available to help you plan your time in Aberdeen. Whichever way you choose to go, your visit to Aberdeen is one you will always remember.