University Of Aberdeen Natural History Centre

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University Of Aberdeen Natural History Centre: Our hands-on education room also lets visitors see nature in close-up! Come and meet the geckos, the gorgeous fire salamanders and handle anything from spiky monkey puzzle leaves to huge skulls, snake skins and whale bones

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At the roundabout on King Street (the A92 Peterhead/Fraserburgh Road) turn west (away from the sea) on to St Machar Drive. Passing Old Aberdeen on the left, turn right at the next roundabout on to Tillydrone Avenue. The Zoology Building is the large building on the right hand corner.

Alternatively, as you approach Aberdeen on the A90, follow the signs for the A92 (Fraserburgh and Peterhead). This leads round the ring road (Anderson Drive). Exit from the ring road at a roundabout onto Cairncry Road, following the brown tourist signs for Old Aberdeen. Continue to follow the A92 signs through two further roundabouts onto St Machar Drive. With St Machar Academy on your right hand side, turn left at the next roundabout onto Tillydrone Avenue. The Zoology Building is the large building, now on your right-hand side.


The number 19 for Tillydrone stops outside the Zoology Building. The number 6 stops nearby on St Machar Drive and the 1,2,3 and 7 stop on King Street - a ten minute walk away.


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