Albert ParkCurrently Open
- Address: Bowen Ln, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Park, Walking Area, Statue, Cafe, Family And Kids, Fountain
Albert Park - Review
Located close to the Trish Clark Gallery and a flood of cafes, the Albert Park is a relaxing green space at the heart of the city. The flower beds with pedestrian streets that are loved for their minimalistic elegance, are perfect to take a walk around as you sip on your favourite coffee.
Highlights of the park include the fountain, a floral clock feature, a rotunda and statues of Queen Victoria and Sir George Grey that standout from the surrounding green landscape.
Albert Park Hours
- The place has pedestrian access 24/7.
How To reach Albert Park by Public Transport
- By Bus: Waterloo Quadrant
- By Train: Britomart
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Albert Park
3.66% of people who visit Auckland include Albert Park in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
40% of people start their Albert Park visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Albert Park
87.5% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Albert Park
Albert Park Trips
Albert Park, Auckland Reviews
Albert Park is a great place to chill on a sunny day. It's one of the biggest grassed areas in the CBD itself, and it is so relaxing to sit by the fountain & watch the world go by. You can also find a lot of history in the park, by way of statues/displays, along with little plaques explaining their significance. Yes, there are public conveniences within the park. The numerous entrances/exits to/from the park help to make your next destination seem just a little closer to get to =)
Great 19th century inner city Auckland park. Fantastic for sitting in the sun. Superb old trees and band rotunda. Park keeper's old house is currently in the process of getting a complete make over. Rare early plantings of exotic trees. Lovely in spring.
Medium sized cozy park great for hanging out in the sun or have picnics. Its popular amongst the local university students and its a nice place to bring kids. Its there that they host the annual lantern festival during which it becomes a but crowded but has plenty of activities like chinese dance shows and food stands. If you are lucky enough to visit Auckland during the festival, you should definitely go.
A park located right next to the universities. Many people will use it as a short cut as it connects to different streets and you can just walk through the park instead of walking around it to reach the destination. Besides this, some of the University parties and expos are held in the park. You can also go for walk or jog here. But avoid going in at nights, especially after 10. You might encounter with some muggers.
Magnificent old trees spreading their branches wide. Well-groomed lawns. Fountain and statues. There should be fewer buildings in the park - that would make it even better. The park has public toilets.