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Endcliffe Park Heritage Walk

Free – book in advance

Get to know the history of the park – from 1885 when it was opened to the public to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Jubilee to the present. Through historical pictures and a guided tour around Endcliffe Park it will be possible to find out more about how the area has changed over the last 150 years, becoming one of the city’s most popular green spaces.

Meet by Hunter's Bar entrance to the park.

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