We are very sorry to announce the boat trips on Wednesday have been cancelled for urgent harbour maintenance. We shall arrange refunds to all partcipants.

Social Activities

On the afternoon of Wednesday 7th August there is the opportunity to join one of the tours giving you a chance to see more of Aberdeen City, the coast and surrounding countryside. We have a rich history, many castles, beautiful gardens, and not forgetting a few whisky distilleries making Scotland's famous spirit. In addition, there are some self-guided walking tours in different parts of the city.

The slides below give some information on the selection of tours available. Click on individual slides for detailed information on each tour along with the costs. There are minimum and maximum numbers that we can accommodate on each tour. The tours can be selected, booked and paid for at the same time you register and pay to attend the conference on the online store.  All the walking tours are free.

The Jewish Community of Aberdeen will kindly open the Synagogue in 74 Dee Street for conference participants as a place for prayer, reflexion or simply to have a quiet place to relax. The Synagogue celebrates its 75th anniversary next year and has interesting historic scrolls. - Light kosher refreshments will be provided.The website of the Aberdeen Synagogue Community (with map) is found here