Victoria Park Portsmouth

The living park

Tree Walk

Around the World in 20 Trees

Download and print at home or

Open our new Tree Walk on your mobile in the park. Tree Walk here

We’ve provided you with some facts and figures about some of our most outstanding trees and prepared a guide for you to visit 20 trees from around the world as you stroll through Victoria Park.

Thanks to Wild City for producing the graphic sheet for us.




A wild space at the heart of the city

We will celebrate the natural environment and ecology of the park, enrich the park as a place of relaxation and contemplation, and use Victoria Park to help people learn about the environment, climate change and biodiversity.

Our aim is to maintain the character of the park while improving bio-diversity through planting initiatives such as a sensory garden or wildflower meadow. We will explore the potential for community growing spaces giving people the opportunity to get involved in gardening, horticulture and conservation.

Any new infrastructure will be environmentally sustainable and will meet green design best practice.

Did you know?

The park is home to albino squirrels – try and spot one next visit!

Herring Gulls can also be seen in Victoria Park. They are considered rare and on the RSPB’s Conservation Red List.

Get involved with the people’s park

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Built environment




The People's Park

Map of the park


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    Adventure Playground

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    Rose Garden

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    Woodland Area

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    Nearest Bus Stops

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    Nearest Train Station