- A lovely public park in the Trinity area of Edinburgh . Two good play areas; a small one for toddlers and a larger one for the older children. Lots of green areas to kick a ball about and a large circular path where many have learned to ride their first bike. The park has been awarded a Green Flag since 2011, in recognition of it being a quality greenspace.
- Visitor information
- Victoria Park is on the North Edinburgh Cycle Network, probably the only British urban network to get you across the city without meeting any motor traffic. It is also part of the National Cycle Network and North Sea Route . Spokes cycling maps also contain loads of useful information for cyclists planning to explore the city and surrounding areas.
It can also be reached by Lothian buses 21,11 or 14.
- Other useful links
- Spokes website
- Management Plan
- Download the park management plan
- Living Landscape features
- Floral meadows (annuals and perennials)
This bronze statue of Kind Edward VII was unveiled 4 July 1914 by Lord Glenconner. There is a panel inscribed with 'Peace' as Edward VII was known as Edward the Peacemaker. The...
This fountain was presented to the Burgh of Leith in 1899 by the Leith Horticultural, Industrial and Sports Society. (source:www.rcahms.gov.uk)
This drinking fountain was presented to the Burgh of Leith in 1899 by the Leith Horticultural, Industrial and Sports Society. (source:www.rcahms.gov.uk)