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After parking the car for the day we travelled through the Gardens to Windsor Castle so we saw the gardens and yes they were nice but go when all the flowers are out then you get to see the park at it's finest
This is a lovley park that is just next to the river we spent a few hours letting the kids run around and tiring them out. Just watch the car parking machines in the ajoining car park if you park near 7 oclock you have...More
Being a local you take these places for granted - but it's been such lovely weather of late we have really got to enjoy the park.
It's right on the river - and quite often has things going on at weekends.
At Christmas it has...More
Alexandra Gardens overlook the river Thames and were completed in time for the coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. The bandstand was replaced in 2016. Wonderful gardens to come and walk in the summertime. There is a playground and a large amusement park...More
Lots going on in the gardens today. A fair was taking place, rides for children and lots of stalls. We missed the brass band unfortunately but go to see them leave in their very smart uniforms. A nice Saturday afternoon activity.
Lots were using the...More
Website stated it opened at 10, so we were there for 10, but it opened at 10.45. A number of the holes didnt function properly as the pipes the balls were meant to roll through were blocked. Poorly maintained and nothing like the website.
Beautiful gardens and fountains along with a children's fun fair. You can take a picnic and play games on the grass. My granddaughter loved the diamond jubilee fountain as te kids are allowed to paddle in this.