Victoria Parade Park

Explore Kent
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Explore Kent
  • Parking
  • Annual parking pass
  • Public transport
  • Dog waste bins
  • Dogs allowed
  • Refreshments
  • Viewpoints
  • Rest point
  • Surfaced paths
  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Geocaching
  • Cycling

There is plenty to see whilst strolling along Victoria Parade including the memorial bust of Victorian architect E. W. Pugin, the former bandstand, the Winterstoke Gardens Pavilion, and the amazing views out to sea towards France and back along the Kent coast towards Deal.

Victoria Parade offers walkers a fairly level stroll along a wide surfaced pathway at the clifftop edge. It is on the route of the Viking Coastal Trail and is also popular with cyclists. Access can be gained to the lower sea level promenade via a set of Victorian steps created in Pulhamite rock. The parade ends at King George VI Memorial Park where it is possible to get refreshments during the summer months. Also nearby is Albion Place Garden.

Easy access information

This park and open space has well surfaced routes suitable for visitors with pushchairs and/or wheelchairs, and has no width restricting features, such as stiles or non RADAR kissing gates.

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