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Queens Park, Crewe

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  • Visited on a weekday morning. The park is attractive and seems well kept. Peddle boats were sadly not at that time available to hire but still enjoyed a walk around the lake. A very nice part of Crewe...  more »
  • Take a seat by the lake and watch the ducks while you eat a sandwich. Visit the cafe for a quick meal or just refreshment. Sit near the remembrance column just outside the cafe, admire the views and t...  more »
  • We met a friend at the station and brought him here (a first visit for all of us). Parking was easy and free (off Queens Park Drive). A pleasant short stroll got us to the Lakeside CafĂ©, where we admi...  more »
  • Love this park. Great for kids on bikes and scooters and to play ball games. Clean and tidy and nice cafe in the middle. Been coming all my life.
  • Lovely open spaces. A huge park in the centre of Crewe. There is a lovely cafe area that serves food and drinks. Great place for the family
  • Nice place to walk but don't walk near the lake at the moment (june) coverd in duck,swan etc. poo and it seems that whover is in charge can't be bothered to clean it up. The play area is not that big anymore just new stuff the brook is no longer there some war memorials have been added in but you would have to search to find I only knew about them when I walked past one.
  • What a gorgeous place. The grounds keepers do a fantastic job. The trees are stunning
  • REGULAR visitor with Benny. Well maintained park with nice cafe on sitr