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Eaton Park

South Park Ave, Norwich NR4 7AX, England
+44 344 980 3333
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Pretty and spacious park

Lovely place to hang out, walk dogs and lots of sporting activities available.Cafe , skate park and... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
I love it here!

I've been coming to this park for many years and there's just so much to be done here. The park is... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
georgia b
Norwich, United Kingdom
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  • Average5%
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“boating lake” (53 reviews)
“crazy golf” (44 reviews)
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South Park Ave, Norwich NR4 7AX, England
+44 344 980 3333

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Reviewed 2 days ago

Lovely place to hang out, walk dogs and lots of sporting activities available.Cafe , skate park and boating lake.

Thank necrodomicon
Reviewed 4 days ago

I've been coming to this park for many years and there's just so much to be done here. The park is beautiful and everyone is so friendly. The café is divine. With free car parking this is a lovely place to take your family on...More

Thank georgia b
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We recently enjoyed a afternoon out at Eaton Park with some family and the grandchildren. The weather was very nice and plenty of people enjoying themselves. The children took their bikes and had a great time so much that it was only a quick stop...More

Thank Kevin1962060
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We visited Eaton Park today and for the first time, after many promises to visit, we managed to ride on the miniature railway. What a Fantastic treat! Our party ranged in ages from 76 down to 4 and we all thoroughly enjoyed it! It only...More

Thank Amie A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great park , very pretty , really big . Two car parks at either end . I always park the play park end . ( no charge) Great for picnics . Historical. Crazy golf , hot and cold drink ,usually an ice cream van next...More

Thank LornaShearing73
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

Beautiful, fantastic spacious park full of amenities to keep the little monsters happy and a lovely quirky cafe in the centre to keep the adults caffeinated. Two car parks and on the local bus route and a stones throw away from University of East Anglia....More

Thank Paul C
Reviewed 21 May 2017

why is this council allowing a fair on this park to open till midnight over whit wk end it appalling to ruin our beautiful park with car parking already at only few places each wk end where are people going to park no one consulted...More

2  Thank topcat70pearlandtony
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Really enjoy going here, the kids love the skate park and the play area. There is plenty of room to walk about or sit on the grass on a lazy sunny afternoon. If you have children there are various things to do like crazy golf,...More

Thank EdZx7
Reviewed 27 April 2017

it`s a great place to take the kids play area`s putting green , café', lovely gardens to walk around , model boat lake ,model train to ride on . If the sun is out it`s a great day

Thank BMmichael
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

Lots to see and do for all the family Plenty of seating Minimal car parking spaces All areas very tidy and clean

Thank Taur033
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Peter J
Who opened the park when it was first opened to the public
28 October 2016|
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Response from Celestial_Caticorn | Reviewed this property |
In 1928 the park was first opened by the then Prince of Wales.
I would like to know whether I can pitch a tent to sell dog food and treats to passers by/hand out free samples. Thank you.
20 February 2015|
Response from John R |
I very much doubt it but I suggest that you contact the Norwich City Coucil to see if they will give you a permit to do it and on what terms