Duthie Park, situated in Aberdeen, close to the city centre by the banks of the River Dee.
The park comprises of 44 acres of land Donated by Miss Duthie in 1880, the Park is Scotland's third most visited gardens, the beautiful grounds are large and expansive enough for walks and runs, loads of parking space with children play areas, beautiful walks around the boating pond and lakes, the rock garden and the hot house are worth a visit, lots to see and do at the Park a basketball area, lots of statues, lots of memorials, fountains and lots of plants and shrubs, then there is the David Welch winter gardens one of the largest indoor gardens in Europe with a cactus house, a tropical area and McPuddick the frog.
- Duthie Park Geolocation Latitude 57.1309° N Longitude -2.1035° W
- Duthie Park Postcode AB11 7WA
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The atmosphere was very warm and welcoming, kids can play on the jungle gyms, people strolling with their pets and going on runs, there is also a tea and coffee shop selling various beverages and food.
If you're new to Aberdeen or passing through the city, definitely stop at Duthie Park, and make time for the winter gardens!