Herschel Park Walks and Events
This 3.5 hectares Grade II listed park and nature reserve is a hidden gem surrounded by the imposing Upton Park Estate. Attributed to Sir Joseph Paxton, the park has been restored to its former Victorian glory with a £2.7million funding from the Heritage Lottery and Big Lottery Fund and support from the friends and volunteers of the park.
Facilities and attractions
This beautifully restored park provides a valuable historic and natural setting for a range of recreational, cultural and educational activities for local residents and visitors including:
- Green Flag Award
- Grade II listed historic garden
- Car park and disabled parking
- Bentley Education Centre
- Park Kiosk
- Lake and wildlife ponds
- Nature reserve
- Nature reserve picnic area
- Ample seating
- Variety of trees, wild flowers and shrubs
- School group activities
- Park Friends Group
- Parks Volunteer Scheme.
Whether relaxing on the grass, wandering amongst the wildlife or just taking a leisurely stroll around the lake, Herschel Park has something for everyone.
Who to contact
- Herschel Park Management Officer
- 01753 875209
- Herschel Park
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