Belle Vue Park is a small park opened in 1874 as the first free public park in Lowestoft. Features include a thatched lodge, mature trees and a late 19th-century iron bridge over the ravine to the north of the park.
Belle Vue Park
Belle Vue Park is situated prominently in the north of Lowestoft and is only a short walk from the historic High Street. Home of the memorial for the Royal Naval Patrol Service, this park provides a beautiful combination of floral displays, alongside semi-natural habitat. Relax or walk through these mature gardens and enjoy the variety of wildlife that frequents its green slopes and grand trees.
Belle Vue Park adjoins Sparrows Nest Park where there are sport, play, refreshment and toilet facilities. Although only a single road separates the parks, please be aware that access is via steep steps.
Seating is plentiful throughout the gardens, making this is the perfect spot to sit and relax under mature trees and enjoy the birds and wildlife that make this garden their home
Open all year round.
- Picnic Site