Seaton Park

Seaton Park is a much loved treasure on the banks of the Don to the north of the City. The 27 hectares has formal beds, a walled garden, mature deciduous trees, open green spaces and a children's play park.

Cathedral Walk is a stunning floral display that leads the eye and the walker to nearby St Machar Cathedral. The beautiful arrangements are freshly planted every year and are very popular with visitors and locals alike.

The walled garden is a hidden gem providing a secluded sheltered spot to show off an array of beautiful flowers and plants.

The meandering River Don provides a natural boundary at the west of the park. A lovely riverside walk is part of the corepaths network and links the park to the historic Brig o' Balgownie and beyond to the North Sea.

The popular children's play area has the unusual and popular attraction of an old brake van and railway wagons. These proved to be a hit in 1974 when they were first installed and remain a firm favourite today with all children.

A section of the park has suffered from flooding in recent years and a scoping study is under way to look at the options for tackling the problem including the potential for a wetland area.

Park details

Seaton Park
Don Street
Bridge of Don
Aberdeen
Seaton Park Location Map

Opening times:

Park: open at all times

Toilet: there is a chargeable automated public convenience in the park which is available at all times

Transport

First Bus: routes 20, 25

Stagecoach: routes: 9U, 60 / 61 / 62 / 63 / 67 / 68 i.e. the Buchan Link - King St

Friends of Seaton Park

The Friends of Seaton Park is a newly formed group dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the park. See the Friends of Seaton Park website for more information and find out how you can get involved.

Contact details

Enviromental Services
Altens East Recycling & Resource Facility
Hareness Place
Altens Industrial Estate
Aberdeen
AB12 3GX
03000 200 292
cleanaberdeen@aberdeencity.gov.uk


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