Our Venues

Our venues are carefully chosen to provide the ultimate backdrop, superb amenities and a truly wonderful experience for both visitors and exhibitors attending our events.

Our apologies but not all locations are suitable for disabled access, please see individual venues for further information.

  • Garioch Heritage Centre

    The Garioch Heritage Centre home to the collections of Garioch Heritage Society and will play host to two events in 2020.

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  • House Of Dun

    House Of Dun a stunning 18th century Laird's home will play host our late Autumn Art, Craft and Food fair.

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  • Braemar Castle

    A 17th century castle full of history and artefacts. Built in 1628, it has been a hunting lodge, a fortress, garrison and a family home.

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  • Blair Castle

    Blair Castle is at the heart of a historic landscape which was laid out in the 18th century and features an impressive walled garden.

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  • Crathes Castle

    Crathes Castle - a jewel in the National Trust crown - sits on land given as a gift to the Burnett of Leys family by King Robert the Bruce

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  • Eden Court

    Eden Court Theatre was formally opened on 15 April 1976, built on a site next to the Ness River and adjacent to the gothic Bishop's Palace.

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  • Brodie Castle

    Acres of gentle Moray countryside surround Brodie Castle, ancestral home of the Brodie clan for over 400 years.

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  • Fyvie Castle

    This magnificent fortress in the heart of Aberdeenshire is a sterling example of Scottish Baronial architecture.

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  • Drum Castle

    The sweep of 700 years of history is stamped into Drum Castle’s stalwart battlements, medieval square tower and sprawling extensions.

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