Hazlehead Park, Aberdeen


One of Aberdeen’s oldest historic properties, Hazlehead Park was originally part of the hunting forests of Stocket. Gifted in 1319 to the city by King Robert the Bruce, the park today contains two memorial rose gardens, two golf courses, a maze, children’s playground and many more facilities.

The Scottish Water tap is located beside the cafe.

Read about the launch of the Top Up Tap in Hazlehead Park on the Scottish Water website.

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