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Enjoy / The Great Outdoors / Family Fun / Evesham

Abbey Park - Evesham

Enjoy a great open and play space for families to visit free of charge with fun features, grassy areas and great views. Abbey Park has a wonderful setting with a natural terrace and excellent views from the higher levels over the adjacent river Avon.

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Central to the town and originally the grounds to Evesham Abbey, the park interprets that heritage in a variety of ways.It has a wonderful setting with a natural terrace and excellent views from the higher levels over the adjacent river Avon. Boat trips run from the Park Quay in the summer.Major investment has rejuvenated the park and it now throngs with families on a summer weekend, listening to music from brass bands whilst the children have a great time in the water play fountains. The park features a newly renovated play zone which includes an underground bank slide, a trampoline, basket swing, climbing units, wide slide, and a huge sand play area.Noted as the jewel in Evesham's crown by Britain in Bloom judges, it has something for everyone to enjoy from the unique artwork, the skate park, to the lily pool and the Penny Whistle sculpture. It hosts a variety of events through the year including a hot air balloon festival in June, children's summer holiday activities, river festival in July, and fishing festival in August.The park has been awarded Green Flag status for 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11 and 2011/12.

Address

Monks Walk
Evesham
WR11 4SL Get directions

Facilities

The features of this venue

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    Children Welcome

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    Childrens Play Area

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    On Site Catering

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    On site Parking

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    Pets Welcome

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    Picnic Site

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    Public Toilet

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    Restaurant

Whilst you are here...

The Almonry Museum isn't far away

A 14th Century building, once part of the medieval Abbey complex, now home to a unique and eclectic collection that tells the story of the area from the prehistoric to the present day.

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