Children from Braemar Primary School will get the chance to become tour guides at Braemar Castle on Friday.
Preparations are underway to celebrate the 100th birthday of a war hero believed to be the oldest Scottish clan chieftain.
A Deeside castle has secured £100,000 of funding to help carry out major repair work.
Eight of the north-east’s top tourist attractions have joined forces again to boost tourism during the winter months.
Pupils at Braemar Primary School will take over the village’s castle on Friday.
An historic 17th century castle in the heart of Royal Deeside needs to find £1.5 million for a much-needed revamp.
A new initiative has been launched to give tourists and locals a greater chance to experience the history and heritage of the north-east.
Scotland is famous for its castles, indeed Balmoral is only a few miles away and yet there is something reassuringly different about Braemar.
A historic Aberdeenshire castle will transport its audience back 100 years for a special concert to commemorate those who perished during World War I.
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A historic tourist attraction is reaping the benefits of a new and improved marketing strategy thanks to a work experience programme being run by Robert Gordon University.
Treasures belonging to an Aberdeenshire castle and dating back to Jacobite times and beyond have gone viral.
It is almost three centuries since 10,000 loyal north-east men gathered in the grounds of an Aberdeenshire landmark during the first Jacobite rebellion.
Three hundred years ago, the 6th Earl of Mar raised the standard to start the 1715 Jacobite Uprising in Braemar.
Royal Deeside is an area steeped in centuries of history, blessed with stunning scenery filled with rare and exotic wildlife. Known by many as being the birthplace of Scottish tourism, the area’s popularity rose with the arrival of Queen Victoria and her family in the mid-1800s and continues to be enjoyed today by the current monarch and all her family – you could say it has definitely been given the royal seal of approval.
Today it is so closely associated with the monarchy that it is known as Royal Deeside - but this most scenic corner of the north-east was a very different place three centuries ago.
Braemar Castle on Sunday, August 24, will be the only north-east date for the talented Boyle Klöfver Duo. It is the first of their Castle Concert Series. The concerts are all set in intimate venues, aimed at giving audiences a fresh experience of classical music.
A community-run visitor attraction on Deeside with a 386-year history is looking to the future with plans for a visitor centre.