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Parks: Rosefield Park

Historical photo of Rosefield Park

By City of Edinburgh Council

By City of Edinburgh Council

Rosefield Park by Sigrid Nielsen

By City of Edinburgh Council

By City of Edinburgh Council

By City of Edinburgh Council

By City of Edinburgh Council

By City of Edinburgh Council

By City of Edinburgh Council

The new railings around the park are looking great. Can't wait to see the gates.

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Background
Rosefield Park is a delightful park on a bend of the Figgate Burn. It is a popular sitting-out park, a corner of tranquillity in contrast to the busy Sir Harry Lauder Road. There is also a well-loved childrens play area, petanque court and multi use games area.
History and heritage
Rosefield Park is part of the grounds that once belonged to the aristocratic 18th-century mansion of Rosefield House, once the home of William Jameson, the 'Father of Portobello'. It was acquired for the Council from the trustees of the estate of J. Patterson in 1920.
Visitor information
On Lothian bus route 26.
Management Plan
Download the park management plan
Living Landscape features
Floral meadow (annuals)
Facilities
Play area
Seating
Walks
River
Pictorial meadow
Multi Use Games Area
Petanque Court
Wheelchair access
Contact Details
Rosefield Place
EH15 1BD
0131 529 3111
northeast.locality@edinburgh.gov.uk