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Priory Park, Great Malvern

(4.7/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Priory Park is located in Great Malvern. Plan your Priory Park visit and explore what else you can see and do in Great Malvern using our Great Malvern vacation planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This park is delightful to amble leisurely through. It's not huge but is a little hidden gem in the centre of Malvern and it made us leave with a smile on our face.  more »
  • Living close by, I stroll through Priory Park two or three times a week, often on the way to Malvern Theatre. When the sun shines, there is something for everyone: wild-fowl on the ornamental lake, a ...  more »
  • A well maintained and beautifully planted park with a lovely Victorian bandstand, no bands in February though!  more »
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  • 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