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  • A variety of confectionary for sale at Aunt Betty's Wee Goodie Shop in Stonehaven
    Aunt Betty's Wee Goodie Shop
  • Beautiful jewellery and contemproary artworks on display in the Knock Gallery, Crathie
    Find stunning contemporary artworks and jewellery in galleries across Aberdeenshire
  • Baskets and shelves stacked with fresh produce at the Store Farm Shop, Forveran
    Delicious fresh produce on sale at the Store Farm Shop, Forveran
  • Shoppers walk through Union Square shopping centre
    Union Square shopping centre
  • Union Street in the city centre of Aberdeen bustling with shoppers
    Union Street in the city centre of Aberdeen bustling with shoppers

Aberdeen has long enjoyed a reputation for being a major shopping destination and the towns and villages of Aberdeenshire provide a host of interesting independent outlets that sell a range of quality goods.

Union Square is Aberdeen’s newest and largest shopping and leisure destination with over 60 fantastic shops and restaurants, a 10 screen cinema and a large hotel, all under one roof. With several leading fashion stores, you can shop well into the evening at this stylish and modern retail venue.

One of the main advantages of Aberdeen’s shopping scene is that the big shopping centres are all located in the heart of the city centre and within easy walking distance. The very popular Trinity Centre faces out onto Union Street, Aberdeen’s main shopping street, and the Bon Accord Centre and St Nicholas Centre are directly opposite each other.

Away from the leading fashion stores and high street names, Merchant Quarter in the West End boasts a number of great restaurants, bars and unique retailers.

Outside of Aberdeen, there is still plenty of shopping to be done. Throughout the towns and villages of Aberdeenshire there are plenty of excellent shopping opportunities. From gifts, clothing and confectionery to arts and crafts and local produce, there is bound to be something that catches your eye, either as a treat for yourself or as a gift for family or friends.

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  1. Gradings

    Aberdeen City Centre

    Welcome to The Gemali Emporium & Art Gallery

  2. Haddo House

    Type

    Gifts & Collectables

    Gradings

    Pitmedden

    Haddo House was designed by William Adam for the 2nd Earl of Aberdeen in 1732, and refurbished in the 1880s.

  3. Kirktown Garden Centre

    Type

    Garden Centres

    Gradings

    • 4 Garden Centre
    4 Garden Centre

    Stonehaven

    The Kirktown Garden Centre is a family run business in Stonehaven.

  4. The Wee Boorachie

    Type

    Department Stores

    Gradings

    • Awaiting Grading
    Awaiting Grading

    Banchory

    Welcome to The Wee Boorachie

  5. OnlineTrophies.co.uk

    Type

    Specialist Shops

    Gradings

    Huntly

    Welcome to Online Trophies

  6. Butterworth Gallery

    Type

    Arts & Crafts

    Gradings

    Aboyne

    Butterworth Gallery is a family run gallery in Ballogie and features a permanent exhibition of oil paintings by Howard Butterworth.

  7. Trinity Shopping Centre

    Type

    Shopping Centres & Villages

    Gradings

    Aberdeen

    The Trinity Centre is a shopping centre in Aberdeen.

  8. Fyvie Castle Gift Shop

    Type

    Gifts & Collectables

    Gradings

    Oldmeldrum

    Dating back to the 13th century, Fyvie Castle is found about a mile north of the village of Fyvie in Aberdeenshire.

  9. Craigdon Mountain Sports Inverurie

    Type

    Outdoor Clothing & Equipment

    Gradings

    Inverurie

    Welcome to Craigdon Mountain Sports Inverurie

  10. Grampian Transport Museum

    Type

    Gifts & Collectables

    Gradings

    Alford

    Enjoy a treasure house of transport history at the Grampian Transport Museum.

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