Queen Elizabeth Gardens, Salisbury
Cranebridge Rd, Salisbury SP2 7TD, UK
One of the major parks in Salisbury, this riverside park has beautiful views of Salisbury Cathedral and the River Avon, a good play area, plenty of places to relax and some great paddling spots. Opened in 1960 to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II seven years earlier, 'Lizzie Gardens' as it is know to the locals, is the park which is closest to the town centre. Flanked on two sides by the River Avon and with a shallow tributary running through it, the park is dominated by the presence of water.
Quick Visiting Facts:
Adult Ticket Price:
Children's tickets/concessions available?
NB. Opening times can often vary from those shown due to events, lockdowns or seasonal changes. Always check the official website before setting out.
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Ease of access by public transport from
Open daily, all year round
Seasonal ice cream vans
Good paths provide easy access around the park
<10 minute walk from the train station and bus stops on site
Ways to see for free?
Free to visit