Victoria Park Road, Gore Road, Regent's Canal, old Ford Road, Cadogan Terrace, E3
4-Jan-15 to 4-Jan-17
Mon-Fri, Sat, Sun, 6.00am to dusk
The biggest park in east London, commissioned by Queen Victoria and opened in 1845, has 219 acres with two lakes, a boating pond, and two cafes, as well as numerous heritage and listed features, such as the Burdett-Coutts fountain and the Dogs of Alcibiades statues. Sporting facilities include football and cricket pitches, tennis courts and a bowling green. Eternally a favourite with the kids, Victoria Park now has two new playgrounds and community events available all year round.
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.