Howard Park

4.510 Votes
  • Address: 3 Partington Park, Glossop SK13 7AD, UK, United Kingdom
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  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids

Designed by Henry Ernest Milner, the Howard Park was a gift on the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria with its Victorian Wood’s Baths that supplies to the Glossop Pool and Wood’s Hospitals at the northwestern corner. The Italian styled baths with thirty-meter tower and the clerestory windows look magnificent. The stone gables with intricately detailed tiles and the greenish slate ceiling of the Hospital are noteworthy. Sprawling over 5 hectares, the Howard Park is adorned with blossoming landscaped gardens, herbaceous borders, shrubbery, specimen trees, deciduous plantation, an ornamental lake, stone-paved paths and kids’ play area.

How to Reach Howard Park

  • Bus 393 to stop –North Road
  • Buses 69B, 393 to stop –Howard Park

  • Howard Park Address: 3 Partington Park, Glossop SK13 7AD, UK, United Kingdom
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  • 25.64% of people who visit Glossop include Howard Park in their plan

  • 40% of people start their Howard Park visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Howard Park

Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday

90% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Howard Park

People normally club together Glossop Swimming Pool and Jehovah's Witnesses while planning their visit to Howard Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Howard Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • Lovely park. Well kept and with plenty of seating. Gorgeous floral displays

  • Terrific, peaceful and well looked after. Ducks, squirrels and a play area, enjoyed immensely by a 7 and 3yrd old

  • Beautiful time of year to visit. Very well kept and maintained.

  • Stunning green space, a little stream flows through with a big pond at the end. It's expetionally well kept with a variety of trees and plants. I particularly love the Japanese garden inspired area - it's very calming under the acer tree. Really idyllic place for strolling & picnics plus small children's play area too.

  • Big park nice for a walk with the kids they do jogs there on sat mornings and Sunday think they called park runs you can find that online if you look they do loads of them park runs now all over the place

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