Rubislaw and Queens Terrace Gardens
Rubislaw and Queens Terrace Gardens is a pleasant strip of green lawn with mature trees, which stretches westwards from the city centre. The gardens are enhanced with an abundance of flower beds.
These gardens were originally private gardens belonging to the homes along Rubislaw and Queens Terrace. The council took over the land and formed the park when many of the elegant houses were converted into office blocks.
The unusual square pool and fountain was built to celebrate Aberdeen's success in Britain in Bloom's 1969, 1970 and 1971 competitions.
This lovely green space provides the ideal break out area for those working nearby.
Address: Rubislaw Queens Terrace Gardens, Albyn Place, Aberdeen.
- Park is open at all times
- Environmental Services
38 Powis Terrace
Phone: 01224 219281