Victoria Park Frome
Victoria Park was opened in 1899 as a gift to the people of Frome by local businessman, George Muller. With its walking paths, bowling green, children's playground and a number of historic structures, including the Victorian bandstand, and War Memorial it has been a popular recreational space for the residents of Frome and continues to be an important part of the town's heritage.
Apart from the draw of our lovely cafe, Victoria Park is a well-loved and well-used public space that offers a range of activities and experiences for visitors of all ages and interests.
Relaxation and recreation: Victoria Park is a peaceful, green space that provides a place for visitors to relax, enjoy the fresh air, and take in the natural beauty of the area.
Outdoor activities: Victoria Park provides opportunities for a range of outdoor activities, including walking, running, picnicking, and sports. The park also has a children's playground, which are popular with families. It is also a popular spot for dog walkers.
Community events: The park is often used for community events, such as concerts, festivals, and other gatherings, with the bandstand providing a central location for people to come together and socialise.