Old Aberdeen

The Old Aberdeen campus is the historic heart of the University and combines immaculately preserved buildings with state-of-the-art facilities for learning, research and recreation. The Colleges of Arts & Social Sciences and Physical Sciences are based here.

Some highlights of Old Aberdeen are below. For a comprehensive list of buildings and facilities across the university view our campus maps.

New King's

New King's

A series of lecture rooms built in 1913.

Sir Duncan Rice Library exterior

Library

£57 million state-of-the-art library which opened in 2012.

Elphinstone Hall

Elphinstone Hall

Plays host to the University's graduation ceremonies.

Aberdeen Sports Village and Aquatics Centre

Sports Village and Aquatics Centre

The premier sports facility in the North East of Scotland.

Old Town House

Old Town House

Iconic building of Old Aberdeen which houses King's museum.

The Students Union Building

The Student's Union Building

Three floor development is the place to eat, shop, socialise, and access student services.

Botanic Gardens

Botanic Garden

Peaceful 11 acre garden on campus founded in 1898.

Zoology Museum

Zoology Museum

Contains 75,000 specimens collected over the last 200 years.

Butchart Coffee Shop

Butchart Centre

Home of the Aberdeen University Students' Association.

Campus Maps

Old Aberdeen Campus Map

A comprehensive map of the Old Aberdeen (King's College) campus.

Maps of Old Aberdeen

Old Aberdeen Campus

The Old Aberdeen campus is the historic heart of the University and combines immaculately preserved buildings with state-of-the-art facilities for learning, research and recreation.