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Stewart Park

Stewart Park, named after Lord Provost Sir David Stewart, was purchased by the Council in 1894 using funds bequeathed from John Taylor, a city merchant.

The park holds two curios; a ten-foot-high whale jaw bone which was presented to the park in 1903 by the Captain of the Artic Whaler Benbow, and an intricate fountain designed as a replica of an Italian lavabo (sink) by local sculptor Arthur Taylor. There is also a play park which is popular with local children.

A great place for walking the dog, winter walks, children/families. 

Address

Stewart Park, Hilton Road, Aberdeen

Getting there

Stewart Park location map

Bus information: First Bus

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