Endcliffe Park

Endcliffe Park

Endcliffe Park is a large park located in the city of Sheffield, South Yorkshire. The park was first opened in 1887 to commemorate the Jubilee of Queen Victoria.

What can you do at Endcliffe Park?

The park comprises parkland and woodland with large grassy sections used for recreation. There are two monuments in the park dedicated to Queen Victoria. There is also a memorial stone marking the crash site of a plane during WWII. A new playground was added to the park in 2008. In the summer there are rides for children at around £2 a ride.

The play area has been themed on stone and steel and includes a good range of play equipment. Kids will also love the stepping stones over a stream within the park grounds. The park hosts a number of events, throughout the year. There are also duck ponds so make sure you take them some food.

Further Information Endcliffe Park

Is there food and drink available?

There is a cafe serving food and drinks.

What are the main things to do?

Large city park with paths, playground, summer events, ponds and more. There are toilets and a cafe.

What are the ticket prices?

The park is free to visit.

Is there parking?

There is free, parking.

When are they open?

Endcliffe Park is open all year round. For up-to-date opening times please visit their website.

Dog friendly?

Dogs are welcome.

Are they accessible?

Information on accessibility

All Ages
Free, Great Outdoors, Outdoor Fun
Tui Free Kids Places

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