Grosvenor and Hilbert Park is made up of two outdoor paces which retain original historic features and due to the Heritage and Big Lottery Funds funding some areas have been revamped, such as the children's play equipment, the Marnock Lake and the dripping wells have been restored. The park has been re-landscaped to the design of one of the original Victorian designers of the park, and parts redesigned to be safer and suitable for public access. The wetland area has a new boardwalk and the pavilion has been transformed into a modern 'hub' that includes a cafe, facilities and community room.

Opening Hours
All times.

No car park but the local council indicate that there is ample free parking along the roads adjacent to the park.

Additional Notes
Park entrances on TN1 2LN – Auckland Road (most suitable for all park users), TN2 3SF – Hilbert Road, and TN1 2EQ – Upper Grosvenor Road. See website for cafe opening times.


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