Seaton ParkAberdeen, Aberdeenshire
This 27-hectare park lies to the north of the city and was purchased by the Council in 1947 from Major Hay. Beside the park's south gates stand the fortified towers of St Machar's Cathedral.
There are many fine areas in the park from the flowerbeds to the rose beds and up to the walled garden beside the old stables, which have been converted for housing.
The Cathedral Walk is always a resplendent sight in midsummer and one of the most popular with visitors to the city.
The park has a large, modern children's play area with equipment generally suitable for ages 3 to 10, large open spaces for running about in, a formal garden for a quiet picnic and a fountain.
There is a public toilet in the park.
This park is open at all times.
Pricing & Tickets
No entry fee.
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