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Parks: King George V Park (Eyre Place)

You can enter the park from the north through the cycle path tunnel.

By Contributor Andy Crofts

By Contributor Andy Crofts

By Contributor Andy Crofts

By Contributor Andy Crofts

By City of Edinburgh Council

By City of Edinburgh Council

By City of Edinburgh Council

By City of Edinburgh Council

There is a fine stretch of wild flowers along the path entering the park through the railway tunnel...

By Contributor Thom Dibdin

Background
A pleasant park of winding paths, shrubberies and lawns set in an interesting and historic part of the city. There is also a much loved play area.
History and heritage
The park was created as part of a memorial programme for King George V following his death in 1936. The park was opened by the Duke of Buccleuch in 1950.
Management Plan
Download the park management plan
Living Landscape features
Floral meadow (annuals)
Facilities
Play area
Multi use games area including table tennis
Seating
Ramp access
Part of national cycle route 75
Get Involved
Friends of King George V and Scotland Yard Parks
Contact Details
Eyre Place
EH3 5EN
0131 529 5050
northwest.locality@edinburgh.gov.uk