Things To Do in Inverurie by Aberdeen

Family activities

Codonas, Beach Boulevard – Aberdeen

Fun for all the family at Scotland’s Favourite Amusement Park and Indoor Family Entertainment centre outdoors it has 3 rollercoaster, Aerial assault course, Log Flume and Waltzer’s.  Codona’s also hosts Smugglers Cove with chutes, tunnels, rope bridges, walkways and ball ponds for hours of fun enjoyed by children of all ages. Sunset Diner has 26 ten pin bowling lanes, pool and bar area.  With both indoor and outdoor adventure golf parks, Something for everyone of all ages under one roof.  


Den in the Glen  (Formely Storybook Glen)

Is world of magic and make-believe. Fun for children (and adults) of all ages.  Set amidst 28 acres of scenic beauty in Maryculter, Aberdeen.  Visit  the Glen and you will see all of your favourite nursery rhyme and fairytale characters.

Open 7 days a week 9:30am-5.30pm


Hoodles Playbarn

North Mains of Barra, Oldmeldrum, Inverurie AB51 0BB

01651 873813

The Playbarn features a safe, enclosed indoor playframe and coffee shop facilities offering quality food and beverages for both children and adults. There is also an enclosed courtyard play area where customers can enjoy some fresh air at no extra charge.    


Go Ape

Is a Tree Top Adventure where by you take on Zip Wire, Tarzan Swings, Rope Ladders and a variety of obstacles and bridge crossings to master.   Locations in Scotland are Crathes Castle, Aberfoyle, Pebbles Glentrees Forest.

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Duthie Park

One of Aberdeen’s finest, Duthie Park , situated in 44 acres which was donated to the city by Miss Duthie in 1880 and opened to the public in 1883.

The park has many artefacts including a bandstand, fountains, ponds, and statues. Within the park is the Winter Gardens, which were rebuilt in 1970. These house many exotic plants including the largest collection of cacti in Britain. This is a park for all the family, with activities from boating in the ponds to cricket on the lawns.


Hazelhead Park

A park of over 180 hectares, which was originally part of the freedom lands granted to the city in 1319.  This park is on the outskirts of Aberdeen and is heavily wooded. It is popular with sports enthusiasts, walkers, naturalists and picnickers. Around the park are football pitches, a golf course, pitch and putt course and woods for walking. The park itself has rose gardens, azalea & rhododendron borders, heather beds, a children's play area and a pets’ corner. The park has a significant collection of sculpture by a range of artists and heritage items which have been rescued from various places within the city.

Host to Aberdeen’s Highland Games each summer, the park attracts visitors from afar


Links Ice Arena

Beach Promenade, Aberdeen, AB24 5NR, Aberdeen City, UK

One of Scotland’s Premier Ice Rinks featuring a 56 x 26m rink, fantastic fun for all the family! 


Wilderness Scotland 

Wilderness Scotland offers a variety of activities including mountain biking and wilderness walking around the Cairngorms National Park.


Castle Tours, Aberdeen

Castle Tours, Aberdeen offers one day tours of the local scenery, castles and distilleries.


Braemar Highland Safaris

Braemar Highland Safaris provides touring services on established hill tracks into remote areas of the Highlands and operates throughout the year weather permitting offering great Highland hospitality.


Scotland by Bike

Motorcycle hire and tours, the fleet mainly consists of BMW R1200GS’s F650GS’s and also includes Kawasaki and Suzuki adventure tourers.  Based in Aberdeen, ideally situated for touring throughout all of Scotland.