Lucy & Dave's Tour of Brighton and Hove

Queen's Park

By Lucy & Dave

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Photo:The pond at Queen's Park

The pond at Queen's Park

Photo by Tony Mould

Lots of character                                     

Essentially a strip of grass on a hill, Queen's Park still manages to pack in a lot of character and different areas to explore. The pond is good for feeding the ducks and offers a unique wintery perspective when frozen over thanks to semi-submerged traffic cones, footballs and branches, providing an obstacle course for ice-skating seagulls.

Fearless squirrels

The squirrels are fearlessly friendly and there is plenty of room for picnics, dog walks and other park based activities. It’s a very scenic and calming route from Kemptown to Hanover and vice-versa.

Queen's Park

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