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Queen's Gardens is an ornamental garden and park in the centre of hull occupying a site that was formerly the Queen's Dock. At one end, overlooking the park and adjacent to Hull College, is the Wilberforce Monument, and the other end of the park is Victoria Square and the shopping areas of Hull.
The park contains a duck pond and ornamental plantings. It if often a place of rest and recreation for students from the college and worker in the nearby offices. Overlooking the park is the central police station and the main BBC studios in the city.
Half way along the park is a plaque to commemorate the fictional character "Robinson Crusoe" who supposedly departed from the docks in 1651.