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Johnston Gardens, Aberdeen

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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4.9/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
Johnston Gardens is a small public garden in Aberdeen, Scotland. The garden has won the Britain in Bloom competition many times (like the city itself which won the city in bloom category nine years straight before being banned to give another city a chance).The gardens are full with flowers and shrubbery which sole purpose is for aesthetics. This is a very popular place for wedding photographs to be taken.
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  • Johnston Gardens are by far the most beautiful gardens in Aberdeen. It's just a small garden, in comparison with Seaton, Duthie or Hazlehead Gardens, but it has a gorgeous variety of plants and flower...  read more »
  • A cute little place, worth a walk round. Quite pretty and well laid out. It killed some time for us, before a flight back down to London, after we stayed in Aberdeen for a family wedding. The gardens ...  read more »
  • I wish there were more areas like this in Aberdeen. Well laid out with little paths circling around a pond with lots of ducks. I love the bright coloured bridge and hut. It's very well looked after un...  read more »
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