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Victoria Park, London

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4.6/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
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  • Lovely park with lots to do. There's a pool, courts, a cafe, bike rentals, monuments and great views of The Gherkin and The Shard. A great place to visit and escape the busyness of London life. 
  • I was born and spent most of my life in Hackney, 'Vicky' park was the local park for Hackney (Homerton) if you discount the marshes, Mabley Green or Well Street Common, Vicky park was always the place...  read more »
  • Victoria Park is a nice park in East London. I would advise you to go there through Regent's canal (very nice walk). There is a lake, a Japanese pagoda and a lovely cafĂ©. In spring it's really beautif...  read more »
  • Best Park ever. I go there when stressed out it helps me to unwind relax. Large kids play areas, you can hire small canoes and boats in the park lake. There is a lovely Pagoda. Lovely walk.. be weary of skaters and joggers who appear from nowhere. Lovely atmosphere in general and cant wait to get back there always. This park has won numerous national achievements including Green Flag award. Park hosts musical events during summer and and winterland funfair in winter time.
  • If it's good enough for Queen Victoria it's good enough for me! The Hyde Park of East London, the Royal Parks may have disowned you but we love you Viccy Park. Tower Hamlets council look after it well and it got some Olympic cash in 2012 that was spent on sprucing it up. Tennis, adventure playground, boating lake, sailing lake, good for cycles and loads of space. LOVE IT 5*+++++
  • It's a lovely park. There's a lake, and a cafe by the lake where you can have brunch. There are a lot of large grassy areas, where I've seen people practising sports, taking walks or just relaxing. Exiting the park, you can take a walk by the canal as well.
  • My favourite park in London. You've got a little bit of everything: from the Pavillion cafe to the tennis courts and the boats on the lake. Really worth a visit. There are some lovely pubs and shops close too.
  • The best park in London, recently had a massive makeover. Lots of great play areas for kids, a boating lake in summer, a peace pagoda, cricket nets, a bowling green, tennis courts, a skate park and even a water park - though I've never seen this running. It can get very busy in the summer but which London park isn't?
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