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“Wonderful views over the City to the Malvern Hills”
27 Aug 2018
“Lovely little park”
Fort Royal Park is located south-east of Worcester within the Cathedral Ward of Worcester, with the main entrance being on Wylds Lane. Fort Royal Park is of critical historical significance to the city, as the site of the 1651 Battle of Worcester...more
Went on a hot summers day - really lovely location, have lived in the city for 6 years and this was the first time we have been. Will definitely go back next summer, probably take a picnic if it is allowed?
So glad this is my local park , best views always clean , small but something for everyone, lots of history and nice to see kids play area kept the theme.
Worcester has lots of nice parks, hopefully the locals realise this
Nice little park close to the town centre, but quite a climb to the top for anyone who struggles on their feet. Views across the city, and of the Malvern Hills. Nice children’s play area too! Historical significance in The Battle of Worcester in 1651,...More
It is years since I visited this park and I was there yesterday because I was following the Worcester Stands Tall trail and went to see the giraffe situated there. I had forgotten what a little gem this park is and how fabulous the views...More
Really surprised only 1 review got this fabulous park in Worcester. At the bottom is the commandery and the canal.
Fort Royal has a great volunteer network and runs community events which we have face painted for at funky faces.
Take a look, it's a...More
If you are visiting Worcester, or you are a resident, don't miss the opportunity to take the short walk from the town centre to this delightful and interesting park. it has wonderful views of the city encompassing the magnificent Cathedral and the Malvern Hills. Take...More