William Adam's creation Duff House is one of Scotland's most important houses.
Duff House contains a wonderful collection of paintings and furniture on loan from the National Galleries of Scotland.
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Enjoy a peaceful walk in the grounds, laid out in the 18th century by the 2nd Earl.
Duff House is an hour's drive north of Aberdeen in the north east of Scotland, in easy distance of two airports to UK and European destinations.
Explore the work of the 16th century German artist Albrecht Durer. This exhibition will include many of Durer's famous prints, like his iconic Melancholy, Saint Jerome in his Study and Knight, Death and the Devil.
Colin hails from Aberdeen and will be visiting Duff House to showcase his new album “Do What You Love”, produced by eight time Grammy award-winning producer Bil VornDick. The album was recorded in recorded at the world-famous Quad Studios Nashville, Tennessee with a stellar line up of talent.
In this year of Homecoming Scotland 2014, Olivia Irvine's exhibition will look at the theme of Coming Home. Her paintings are heavily influenced by rooms, gardens, holidays - places where the artist has visited or places in which she has lived.
It's the first day of half-term and George's Grandma is coming to stay. It wouldn't be so bad if Grandma were a nice Grandma, but George's Grandma is horrible! So George creates a special concoction to give Grandma - with hilarious results!
A new solo exhibition from Glasgow based artist Katy Dove, as part of Generation, a national programme of events featuring 100 international artists celebrating contemporary art in Scotland.
Join Chapterhouse Theatre Company this summer for an evening of Regency wonderment as Elinor and Marianne Dashwood make their first forays into the exquisite world of eighteenth-century society.