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The “Friends of Duthie Park” was set up in 2006 as a charitable organisation established to promote Aberdeen’s world famous park, one of the most popular tourist attractions within the Granite City.

The Friends work closely with the Park’s owners, Aberdeen City Council to provide a positive mouth piece for the Park’s users.

The Friends organisation was closely involved with the successful bid by Aberdeen City Council for Heritage Lottery Funding to restore areas of the Park to their former glory. Following the restoration, the Park was officially re-opened on Sunday 30th June 2013.

They actively encourage membership of the organisation, which currently is free, as they are always interested in facts, knowledge or ideas for the Park.

Please browse around this site whether it be to join the organisation, learn about the history of the park or about future events.

Boating Pond

Look our for the return of paddle boats to our newly restored linked lakes this summer – also popular for model yachting and kayaking.

Cactus Garden

The Winter Gardens, Arid house contains the largest collection of cacti in Britain – look out for Spike the talking cactus!

McPuddock

McPuddock our mechanical frog has had a makeover, he is freshly repainted and will be emerging from the pond with accompanying gurgles on a regular basis!

Winter Gardens

Our main attraction is the spectaular David Welch Winter Gardens – one of the largest indoor gardens in Europe.

News & Events

Farming Project – Kaimhill Primary

Pupils from Kaimhill Primary School visited Duthie Park and provided a helping hand to the Duthie Park Rangers in planting crop seeds, including barley, corn and wheat. They also planted some potatoes


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