The Port of Aberdeen South Harbour visitor centre has reopened to the public on Saturdays.
The centre has been open to stakeholders since Covid-19 restrictions eased but the public are now welcome to visit the hub.
The centre is open from 10am to 4pm on Saturdays. Visitors will be able to find out more about the £400 million port expansion and see the project progress in person. It is also possible for interested organisations to arrange visits for during the week.
Bob Sanguinetti, Port of Aberdeen chief executive, said: “The Port of Aberdeen has a critical role to play in the future prosperity of the region and the nation. Our aim is to engage far and wide. We look forward to welcoming visitors in the weeks and months ahead.”
Visitors must park at the Greyhope Road public car park. Mobility and disability parking can be arranged at the visitor centre by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org