Aberdeen Crematorium is owned by the Aberdeen City Council and is situated in a peaceful area surrounded by lush green trees. Located beside Skene Road in the Hazehead area, the crematorium is a beautiful mix of serenity and greenery. Reaching the crematorium is just a matter of a few minutes as it is just 4 miles from the city centre. The crematorium has a huge garden and two chapels. While the East Chapel has a seating capacity of 96 people, the West Chapel can accommodate up to 270 folks. Both the chapels and the garden are situated near the entrance of the crematorium. For the convenience of the visitors, there is a parking space for 142 cars within the crematorium. Within the parking area, there is ample space for disabled visitors as well. The crematorium is well connected with the city via public transport. There is a shuttle bus service that connects the Aberdeen Crematorium to the city via Woodland Terminus. The huge garden of the crematorium presents a beautiful view and is open to visitors between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Wooden memorial seats are spread across the length and breadth of the garden for the benefit of the visitors. There are beautiful granite plaques too, which are displayed within the chapel and on the walls of the garden. The plaques and planter plaques can be leased for 10 or 20 years. To commemorate the deceased, visitors can choose from a variety of memorials available at the crematorium that include: Book of Remembrance, Babies Book of Remembrance and Memorial Seats. Floral tributes are displayed at the top of a coffin during a funeral service. In case there are a large number of tributes, they are usually left in the floral display areas at the rear of the chapels. After the end of a funeral service, floral tributes are kept in the floral area and are left there for five days.