Aberdeen Treasure Hub - Access

Accessibility
Aberdeen Treasure Hub is fully accessible. Guide dogs are admitted. The on-site car park provides disabled parking, and there is an accessible toilet inside. The activities room has been fitted with a hearing induction loop system.

By Bus
Several First and Stagecoach buses regularly travel from the city centre to Northfield. First buses No 8 and No 9 take you closest to Aberdeen Treasure Hub, with bus stops on Granitehill Road. First bus No 12 runs more frequently and stops on Provost Rust Drive just before and after the entrance to Granitehill Road (Fowler Avenue and Granitehill Road stops).
To return to the city centre, we recommend that you walk down the hill, cross Provost Rust Drive and pick up First No 12 from the nearby bus stop.

By car
See map for our location. Aberdeen Treasure Hub has a car park at the front of the building with spaces for cars, motorbikes and bicycles. The grounds contain a layby for one coach/ mini-bus.

Opening Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Friday
by appointment only

Wednesday
Between 10am and 4pm you can drop in to the reception area to see small displays of objects from the collections and find out more about what we do at Aberdeen Treasure Hub.

There are free behind-the-scenes tours at 11am and 2pm. Advance booking essential: email info@aagm.co.uk or call 03000 200 293.

Thursday
Open for visits by pre-booked school and community groups. Advance booking essential: email info@aagm.co.uk or call 03000 200 293.

Saturday
Closed

Sunday
Closed

Special events
There are special events throughout the year, including Doors Open Day in September. Check our website or follow us on social media for news of special events and activities.

Location

Aberdeen Treasure Hub
Granitehill Road
Northfield
Aberdeen
AB16 7AX

Email: info@aagm.co.uk

Tours
To book a place on a free tour (Wed) or arrange a group visit (Thu), please ring 03000 200 293 or email info@aagm.co.uk

Research
If you'd like to see a specific item, please email curators@aberdeencity.gov.uk to arrange a visit, or explore the collections online here