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Things to see and do

Victoria Park

Victoria Park - an open, grassy space in Stafford, surrounded by benches.

Victoria Park is 5-minute walk from Stafford station.

Originally named the Victoria Park Pleasure Grounds, the site opened in 1908 and is Stafford Boroughs principal destination park covering an area of 4.95 acres.

The park offers a wide range of facilities all year round for all ages to engage in recreation activities. With the River Sow running through the park, the grassy bank offers a perfect opportunity to sit and relax whilst watching the ducks. The park features riverside walks, a sensory raised garden, bowling green, aviary and Glass House as well as a play area featuring climbing net, sand pit and sand diggers, Multi-play Units for seniors and toddlers, Skate Simulator, trampoline and a Splash Pad (open during Summer season only).

Do you know of any great destinations nearby?

Please let us know of any other visitor attractions that you think we should add to our website. They should be within easy walking or cycling distance of one of our stations.