Situated on Aberdeenshire’s scenic coast in the traditional fishing town of Macduff, Macduff Marine Aquarium features marine life from the Moray Firth, Scotland’s largest bay, in a variety of exciting and innovative exhibits.
You will come face to face with hundreds of native fish and invertebrates normally only seen by SCUBA divers who brave the chilly waters of the North Sea.
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Santa will be diving in to give the fish their annual Christmas treats! An exhibition of national importance is now open at Duff House in Banff.
The 'Treasures of Historic Banffshire' exhibition celebrates Celtic metalwork and the archaeological heritage of the Banffshire region.
This year we'll have more lights, hopefully a few spooky special effects and a range of woodland sprites, tree fairies and some slightly more scary ghouls and ghosts for you to meet as you explore the park after dark.
The temperature plummets, a creepy mist appears and things are not all as they appear as things start to go bump in the night!
Maybe it’s my over-active imagination or maybe the reality is that Aberdeenshire’s ghosts and ghouls have come out to play and create some Halloween scares…
Artefacts on display include the famous Deskford Carnyx, an ancient musical instrument and the Gaulcross Hoard, a collection of Pictish jewellery, discovered locally.Full details at We may be having a beautiful sunny and warm Autumn but as the sun sets and darkness arrives, something more sinister and evil comes to light in Aberdeenshire and along the Banffshire Coast.Macduff Marine Aquarium have confirmed that Santa will be visiting the aquarium on 10th/11th December and 17th/18th December 2016.Not only will Santa be at the aquarium but you will see Santa diving in the kelp reef display, Scotland’s deepest open topped tank.Book a place by calling 01346 511022 or emailing [email protected] Haddo Country Park Firstly- as you can see from the slightly spangly pic above- tickets are now on sale for our Halloween Magic at Haddo event on the 21st & 23rd October.If you came along to Kids' Creepy Halloween last year (or were around for the Arts Festival) you'll already know how amazing Haddo looked all lit up.