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Priory Park, Great Malvern
(4.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • A quintessential Victorian type park with a lovely pond were you can feed the ducks with the kids, and a nice play area which is fenced off so safe for little ones. It has a band stand and frequently ...  more »
  • In the centre of the town just of grange road is priory park the park was the gardens to priory mansion a building now used by the Malvern hills council dating to about 1860. in the park you have a be...  more »
  • This is a lovely park in the centre of Malvern, with a lake & wildlife, great for a relaxed stroll, & close to the Malvern theatres. 
  • Beautiful park and great for people of all ages. A fun place for families and couples too. A lovely lake (that sadly does need attention) plenty of ducks and other birds and fish. There's a play park for young children and grassy areas for picnics. You can buy drinks and food in the theatre.
  • A beautiful park which is kept beautifully. Children's play area as well as l lovely open spaces. Watch out for Band in the Park on summer Sunday afternoons, it's a real treat.
  • Great variety of plants and the lake is beautiful. Only problem is the horrible modern tree sculpture in the middle of it.
  • Lovely park. Great variety of plants, wildlife, and particularly butterflies and dragonflies.
  • Great place for walks and enjoying the scenery