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From getting active with cycling or hill walking to a relaxing beauty treatment or a blockbuster on the silver screen, you’ll never be bored in Aviemore.

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Swimming Pool & Flume

Our large indoor heated pool & flume are open for our resort guests.

Spey Valley Cinema

Our large cinema is open for everyone and shows the latest releases with social distancing in place.

Beauty Treatments

Treat yourself to a relaxing facial or massage with one of our Beauty Therapists.

Spey Valley Shopping

Browse our large designer department store with big brands for all the family.

Outdoor Play Park

Let the kids have a ball at our play park on resort.

Soft Play

You’ll find a 4 storey soft play centre, swimming pool, gym and seasonal cafe all under one roof.

Golfing

You’ll find Macdonald Spey Valley Championship 18-hole course just a few minutes drive away, open to everyone.

Family Cycling

Take in the view with safe cycle trails through ancient forests to stunning lochs. You can rent bikes at the resort too.

Hill Walking

Take in a breathtaking walk direct from the resort to the nearby nature reserve.

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101 Things to Do in Aviemore

You won’t hear ‘I’m bored’ at Macdonald Aviemore Resort. Not only do we have lots of things to do on resort for the whole family, you will also find loads of things to see and do right on our doorstep in the Cairngorms National Park.

On resort, there’s plenty to do...spend a day at our indoor heated swimming pool, take in a movie at our very own cinema and for grown-ups, why not treat yourself to some luxury shopping or indulge in a beauty treatment before deciding if it’s Italian or Burgers for dinner!

In Aviemore, you’re spoiled for choice no matter the season - from free ranging reindeer to Cairngorm mountain...the snowiest place in the UK! For some family adventure take a trip on a classic steam railway or have a picnic on the banks of one of the local Lochs.