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Explore Nuart Aberdeen / Create your own tour



Saturday 8 | 13:00 / 16:00
Sunday 9 | 13:00 / 16:00
Free, book tickets here →


Starting Point: Aberdeen Maritime Museum, Shiprow, AB11 5BY

Now celebrating its eighth year, Nuart Aberdeen welcomes an international cast of highly acclaimed street artists to Aberdeen. Using our walls and streets as their canvas, artists produce breathtaking works which range from super-sized murals to smaller hidden gems. Come join us on our first guided tours to include a selection of the new 2024 pieces with special guest guide Stuart Holdsworth, editor of the award-winning street art website ‘Inspiring City’. A regular visitor to Aberdeen, Stuart has written extensively about the Nuart Festival and is looking forward to introducing this year’s new walls.

Tours depart from outside Aberdeen Maritime Museum, taking a route of approximately 1 mile, lasting around 60-90 minutes and will take place come rain or shine. We suggest comfortable shoes and clothing for all weathers!

Inspired Nights X Nuart Aberdeen will also be running on Shiprow so why not come along early or stay for a while after your tour to enjoy some food, drink and entertainment. For more information on Inspired Nights please visit

Please be aware those attending our walking tour are responsible for their own safety during the tour. Roads will not be closed on the tour route and cars/other pedestrians may need to pass. Please exercise due caution when crossing roads and use pedestrian crossings where possible. Due to the location of some of the artworks, tours may take routes down uneven paths and staircases and attendees should be conscious of slip or trip hazards.

All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Children should remain beside parents/carers at all times.


Join us on a weekly guided street art walking tours taking in works from previous years and recent ones, hosted by our local guides.

Established in 2017, Nuart Aberdeen is an international public art festival created to present the most interesting and relevant Street Art of its time. It aims to stimulate debate by challenging entrenched notions of what public art is, what it can be and who it is for. The festival provides public platforms for national and international artists to showcase their work through a series of carefully curated site-specific murals, installations and urban interventions.

The artists who attend the festival are among the most acclaimed and progressive street and urban art practitioners in the world.

You can join a weekly guided walking tour most Sunday’s starting mid June.

The cost is £6 per adult and children under 14 are free.


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