Victoria Park, Anglesea Rd, Portsmouth, PO1 3HJ
Victoria Park is fully accessible. The networks of paths around the park is well maintained and there are no steep inclines.
Disabled parking bays are available at Anglesea Road and Bishop Crispian Way.
The park is an oasis of green in the city, to sustain this we try to encourage green modes of transport where possible.
By foot and bicycle
Being in the centre of the city the park is within easy walking o cycling distance for many residents of Portsmouth.
Portsmouth City Council operates a Park & Ride bus service providing a quick, easy way for visitors to get to Victoria Park, Portsmouth city centre, Gunwharf Quays, the Spinnaker Tower and the Historic Dockyard. Take the PR2 to the Civic Offices.
The nearest bus stops are at Bishop Crispian Way and Queen’s Street [1,2,3,8,20,21,23] or Portsmouth & Southsea train station [1,2,7].
Portsmouth & Southsea train station sits directly opposite the park. Leave right out of the station, turn left onto Station Road/ Stanhope Road and cross at the roundabout to enter the park through the Catherine House Boulevard entrance.
Alternatively turn left out of the station, cross at the pedestrian crossing and keep to the right side of Guildhall Square to enter the park from the War memorial tunnel entrance.
Visit the Trainline for travel options.
Victoria Park is less than 5 miles drive from Junction 12 of the M27 Follow the signs for city centre and you will find us just after the traffic lights on Anglesea Road.
Parking is available at the Cascades shopping centre. Walk south on Market Way to Unicorn Road traffic lights. Turn left onto Unicorn Road and continue until the mini roundabout. Turn right onto Bishop Crispian Way and enter Victoria Park on the left.
Alternatively metered parking is also available on Anglesea Road and Bishop Crispian Way.