| Public park|
15 acres (61,000 m)
Portsmouth PO1 3QL, UK
| Portsmouth, Hampshire.|
Open all year
+44 23 9282 2251
| Portsmouth City Council|
Open today · 6:30AM–10PMMonday6:30AM–10PMTuesday6:30AM–10PMWednesday6:30AM–10PMThursday6:30AM–10PMFriday6:30AM–10PMSaturday8AM–10PMSunday8AM–10PMSuggest an edit
Portsea Island, Canoe Lake, South Parade Pier, Clarence Pier, Tricorn Centre
Victoria Park, Portsmouth Wikipedia
Victoria Park is a public park located just to the north of Portsmouth Guildhall, adjacent to Portsmouth and Southsea railway station and close to the city centre in Portsmouth, Hampshire. It was officially opened on 25 May 1878 and was the first public park to be opened in Portsmouth. It was designed by Alexander McKenzie. It has a total area of around 15 acres (61,000 m2) and is planted with trees, shrubs and flowers. The centre of the park features an enclosed area which inhabits animals such as birds, rabbits and guinea pigs.
The park is also home to a number of monuments. These mostly consist of obelisks but there is also one in the style of a Chinese temple.