My Grandparents visited me in Aberdeen the other week and we took a trip to Blair's College, a museum for an college closed in the 80's.
It was Scotland's only junior seminary for boys and young men
studying for the Roman Catholic priesthood.
Up a country lane, along a dirt track you are led up to the "Hogwarts"
The most impressive building hidden within the trees and
This however still runs as the local parish. I took a photosyth, a 3D panorama
of the church allowing you to see it in depth, in my previous post.
There was a wonderful archive of religious textiles dating back to the 15th Century,
embroidery and rich colours like you couldn't imagine.
A trip with the grandparents wouldn't be right without a trip to the tea room.
Blairs college and St Mary's Chapel is well worth the visit if your interested in seeing a rather unknown tourist destination in Aberdeen. You can find out more by clicking here.