Archaeolink is a prehistory interactive park in Aberdeenshire and we were keen to visit while our son and younger daughter were staying with us at Stonefolds Farm. We drove from Fyvie to Oyne in order to visit the park but were sadly disappointed when we arrived there to discover that the park was closed. In fact the park had been closed for quite some time and was no longer operational. Having driven some distance to view the park we decided that we would jump the fence and have a wander around anyway.
Some considerable work had gone into the construction of this prehistory interactive park but perhaps it had not been profitable and so it was no longer operational.
The grounds had several huts with descriptive plaques outside.
There was also a small hut covered with skins.
There was a section of the grounds that had been planted with trees that were around at the time of the settlements and the path wandered through these trees and included descriptions of the uses of the trees.
It seems such a shame that this park is no longer available to the public, The Archaeolink Website Archive can be viewed so you get some idea of what it was like when it was operating. Hopefully funding will happen in the future and it will once again be open to the public.