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All reviews rose garden pets corner piper alpha petting zoo memorial garden reptile house large play area running track rabbit who lost their lives lovely cafe full bloom some tlc cakes play equipment lovely afternoon open space
My son has special needs and one staff member at pets corner is very friendly and understanding should my son get upset. I love the wee cafe and they have a great selection of snacks and cakes. The maze is als good fun.
Went to Hazelhead in the summer had a wonderful time went to see the animals went through the maze and went into coffee shop staff very very friendly and very helpful the only thing wrong one the coffee shop there wasn’t enough that Tallent but...More
We visited Hazlehead Park with our grandson to play on the swings and chute. We heard a piper playing leading a group up near the Cafe and followed them down to the open field nearby. We were informed the Air Ambulance helicopter would be landing...More
This is one of the best parks in Aberdeen. It is always busy with kids and dog walkers on a nice day.
Pets' Corner is brilliant fun. I would highly recommend this to families with young children.
The cafe is very good with delicious food...More
Another nice walk. Lots of dog owners and families. We’ve noticed a lot of people allow their dogs to greet others on lead so unless your dog is happy with irresponsible owners then this park will be fine for you 😏 but it’s definitely something...More
I find visiting it very meaning full, with all the flowers and lovely trees about, we lost a dear friend on the Piper Alpha, as there is a memorial there a tribute to all the men whom tragically lost their lives.
Have been here before on previous visits to Scotland but never in a summertime. The animals in the farm area seem to appreciate the warmth - a couple of sheep were very friendly and were a hit with our grandkids who are a bit wary...More