Sir George Skene of Fintray (1619–1708) was a Scottish merchant in the Baltic trade who served as Provost of the city of Aberdeen from 1676 to 1685. He was knighted in 1681.
He was a burgh commissioner for Aberdeen in the Parliament of Scotland from 1681 to 1682 and 1685 to 1686.
Susan Brook | Aug 7, 2017
Only spent 5 hours on a packed train and the cost of a hotel to visit Aberdeen and it's currently CLOSED tourist attractions. Reflects my first impression of this neglected city. Don't bother visiting Aberdeen go to York!
Marluce Oliveira | Feb 10, 2018
It was closed.
William Nelson | Aug 8, 2012
A fine little museum rich in Aberdeen history. Provost Skene's House really gives you a sense of the times. Entry is free and it is located near City Centre.
A Google User | Jul 30, 2011
Jakub Wielgosz | May 2, 2018
don't bother visiting Aberdeen it rains all the time!
William Mcgregor | Jun 12, 2018
Nice to look around etc unfortunately it's closed for refurb
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