Inverurie is a town in the northern Scottish county of Aberdeenshire at the confluence the rivers Ury and Don.
Tolquhon Castle is a ruined castle close to Inverurie. Dating back to the early 15th century, the castle is a wonderful example of Scots Renaissance architecture. Built by William Forbes, today the castle is in the hands of the Historic Scotland group and is open to members of the public.
Close to Inverurie, Glen Garioch Distillery is the nation’s most easterly distillery and is home to some award-winning single malts. The distillery is open for public tours and dates back to 1797, providing excellent insight into the loca region’s historic whisky-making techniques.
Throughout the area, from St. James’s Place to Constitution Street, Floom’s Inverurie flower delivery covers every street in town.