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Eaton Park

South Park Ave, Norwich NR4 7AX, England
+44 344 980 3333
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A park with something for eveyone

This park has got it all! Football pitches, wide open spaces for the kids to run free, skate park... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Colin C
Norwich, United Kingdom
via mobile
probably the best used park in Norwich

Plenty to see and do here: Tennis, pitch and putt, Croquet, Bowls, footbal and cricket, bicycle... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Norwich, United Kingdom
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South Park Ave, Norwich NR4 7AX, England
+44 344 980 3333

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This park has got it all! Football pitches, wide open spaces for the kids to run free, skate park, bike track, children's play area, pitch n put, crazy golf, model boating pond, formal gardens and a small steam railway which for a small fee you...More

Thank Colin C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Plenty to see and do here: Tennis, pitch and putt, Croquet, Bowls, footbal and cricket, bicycle speedway, boating lake, formal gardens and water gardens, minature steam railway, bandstand with concerts and a well appointed cafe/bar.

Thank cargocycles
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Never been to this crazy golf before so didn't know what it would be like. When we got there is looked very basic as there was nothing special like all the decorations around the course like others with been to. But when we started playing...More

Thank Turnip123456789
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Dog poo every where,many dogs off the Leads day and night. Signs are up to keep dogs o leads so why do the garders ignore it.

Thank Jon M
Reviewed 6 July 2017

The park is, in many ways, extraordinary. It has neo-classical concrete features, as well as open spaces and formal gardens. A good cafe, a bandstand and, more importantly, the Norwich Croquet Club

Thank John R
Reviewed 28 June 2017

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

Thank necrodomicon
Reviewed 25 June 2017

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

1  Thank georgia b
Reviewed 21 June 2017 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 28 May 2017

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 26 May 2017 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
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Peter J
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.
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