Aberdeen Maritime Museum is a maritime museum situated on the historic Shiprow in Aberdeen, Scotland. The museum was established in 1984 and is situated in a number of merged buildings which includes an old church. The museum displays the maritime history of the city of Aberdeen, with a focus on its relationship with the North Sea. Its exhibits cover the following categories: shipbuilding, fast sailing ships, fishing, the North Sea oil industry and also the history of the local port.
The museum is situated in the city centre. It is a short walk away from ‘Aberdeen’ train station. The museum is also a short walk away from the ‘Union Square’ bus station. If travelling by car, there is a car park across the road from the museum at ‘NCP Shiprow’; there is a small charge when parking in the car park.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open daily 10am-5pm except for Sundays when the museum operates on a shorter time schedule of 12-3pm. Admission is free.