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We went for the Festival, if we'd known that the festival was mainly a fairground, we wouldn't have taken the toddlers. However, we had a some great food from on of the stalls, had a pleasant stroll along the fair stalls,aand sit down to watch...More
A walk along the riverside embankment is beautiful when the weather is good, on a match day is busy with cars but other times is quiet and is a pleasant walk, the memorial gardens and war monument are well kept, with the Brewhouse pub at...More
Love this part of Nottingham - literally one of my favourite places. I take the kids (9, 4 and 2) and hubby (and sometimes our dog).
There is a large park with limited free parking space. It is a very large park that will suit...More
Lovely riverside walk in view of Trent Bridge, the Suspension Bridge and the City Ground.
Plus very pretty gardens (with fountains, rockery and lots of picnic spots), super playground, field space for getting kids tired and most importantly a striking War Memorial.
Noticed this time...More
I visit the Embankment almost every day to walk my dog so feel very blessed to live just a few minutes walk from the magnificent River Trent. The Memorial Gardens and fountains are glorious and the garden is very well kept. The children's play park...More
A close family member used the war memorial and gardens as the setting for their blessing. Beautifully maintained and a real hidden gem. The gardens really are a wonderful setting for any special occasion.
Despite being Nottingham born and bred, I had never really registered...More
Yes you can. There are a number of gates. You can't access through the huge Memorial gate... there are at least 3 gates on the front and at the rear of the park there is another up a sharp slope that leads to a playing field... More
Yes you can. There are a number of gates. You can't access through the huge Memorial gate... there are at least 3 gates on the front and at the rear of the park there is another up a sharp slope that leads to a playing field and outdoor gym.