Getting Here

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Getting here… from within Aberdeen

AECC sits right next to the A90. We’re only a 15-minute taxi ride from Aberdeen railway and bus stations in the city centre.

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By Bus

  • First Bus services – 1, 2 and 1B
  • Stagecoach services – 62, 63, 67, 68, 250

Plan your journey with First Bus or Stagecoach

First Aberdeen run Gig ‘n’ Go service to and from the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre. The Gig ‘n’ Go service stops and picks up customers on Union Street at Holburn Junction (opposite Foundry Bar) starting at 4.00pm until 8.00pm (approx. every 15 mins) and travels to the AECC stopping at Union Street (opposite Soul Bar), St Nicholas Kirk, Adelphi, Castlegate, King Street at Morrisons and King Street at St Machar roundabout. The bus will then pick up from the Park & Ride site and the AECC from 10.00pm until midnight.

A flat fare of £3 applies – you can pay on bus or purchase a £5 return ticket on Gig ‘n’ Go if you are using the service to and from the event. Gig n Go tickets are valid and can also be purchased on First services 1, 2 and X40, all of which operate to the AECC area.

AECC encourage visitors to find an alternative way to travel to the Venue, there are footpaths to take you right to our door (plan your journey here) and cycle lanes to guide you here safely.  For more information on cycle lanes in the City, please download a Cycle Map here.

For more information on cycling in Aberdeen, you might find the following links useful:

Getting here… from Europe and the rest of the world

Aberdeen International Airport – just a short drive away – has a growing network of flights to and from many cities across the UK and northern Europe.

There are frequent services to the key global hubs of London, Amsterdam and Paris. So getting here from justabout anywhere in the world isn’t a problem.

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Getting here… from elsewhere in the UK

Aberdeen International Airport has a busy schedule of flights to over 20 destinations across the UK.

There are regular rail services between Aberdeen and Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness and London – and many points in between.

Similarly, there are national bus services linking Aberdeen to major cities throughout the UK.

Ferry services operate between the city and the Orkney and Shetland Islands.

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