The two main permanent exhibitions on display within the Aberdeenshire Farming Museum include “Weel Vrocht Grun” (meaning Well Worked Ground) and the “Aden Estate Story” exhibition. Please click on the links below for more details
Weel Vrocht Grun
Weel Vrocht Grun (meaning Well Worked Ground) is the title of the Aberdeenshire Farming Museum’s main exhibition. The exhibition tells the story of how farming in North East of Scotland developed over the years from the late 18th century until the middle of the 20th century. The story is a remarkable one, telling of determination and heroic levels of human effort and hard work.
Aden Estate Story
The “Aden Estate Story” exhibition tells the fascinating history of the land, people and buildings in which the exhibition stands. The story tell of the history of the Aden Estate, its lairds, tenants, gamekeeper, gardener, and horseman, relationship between the farm workers and the ‘Big House’, and lastly the demise of the estate.