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We went on a rather damp day so did not walk in the park as much as we would otherwise have done. However you need to walk a little way as the car park is in front of the main house. This is a fine...More
It turned out to be a bit hard to find in the car and there is more than one way in and more than one car park.
The park itself is very nice, big open green space + a play area for children & the...More
We visited as part of a pleasant walk from Cobo Bay. The park itself has some attractive gardens and features, and the Folk Museum is well worth a visit. It's NT, so if you have your (UK) NT card, you can get in free. The...More
This activity is relatively new and provides exciting play for children of all ages! Excellent play but not really easy for wheels, either pushchair or wheelchair. Why do designers fail to realise that the young and elderly need flat surfaces for access?? What a shame!
OK, it's a wide open space but that's about it. The gardens and walled garden were disappointing, though I believe a lot of the work is done by volunteers. There is an adventure playground for children, but not much to occupy the older age groups....More
Went here on Sunday morning for a classic/vintage car show, was really impressed as there were far more than cars,
Lots of vintage/classic vehicles of all shapes and sizes, motorbikes , tractors, 4x4 alongside some newer models. Although there were some New sales type vehicles...More
The playground at Saumarez Park is being funded by public support and the various phases are undertaken when funds are available, to date most of the activities for 5 to 13 year old's are in place including swings, slides... More
The playground at Saumarez Park is being funded by public support and the various phases are undertaken when funds are available, to date most of the activities for 5 to 13 year old's are in place including swings, slides and a mock pirate ship with climbing frames and rope ladders. The next phase is for a play area for under 5's and a model boat sailing pond but I don't think these are yet in place. The grounds are extensive with tarmac tracks for youngsters to ride bikes or scooters around in a traffic free environment, open grass area's to fly kites etc, and also a duck pond with lots of wildfowl and large goldfish for children to watch from the safety of a chinese pagoda.