Hazlehead Park is on the outskirts of Aberdeen and is popular with sports enthusiasts, walkers, families and picnickers.
Around the park are football pitches, a golf course, pitch and putt course and woods for walking.
The park itself has rose gardens, azalea & rhododendron borders, heather beds, Scotland's oldest maze, a children's play area and pets’ corner.
The park has a significant collection of heritage items, which have been rescued from various places within the city and sculptures by a range of artists, including the memorial to the those who lost their lives in the Piper Alpha disaster.
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