Francis Webb who was Chief Mechanical Engineer of the London and North Western Railway gfited this park to the inhabitants of Crewe in the late 19th century. It is well maintained and still enjoyed by the local inhabitants.
The park itself is beautifully maintained having undergone a total makeover during the last few years. Visitors can hire a boat (Swan) to go on the lake and the walks orivjded are first class. Popular with children and dog-walkers. Don't forget to visit the cafe which provides excellent snacks, hot and cold drinks and ice cream, all very well priced.... 更多
Its a big park with a wonderful history and the volunteers do their best to retain a minimum standard. However the park needs a professional team of gardeners and horticulturalists to maintain standards, improve the trees and gardens and deliver a quality experience. Parts of the park are simply sad and run down. Its not the place it once was... 更多
Walked here from our hotel - Alvaston Hall Hotel. What a wonderful open space for ball games, children learning to ride their bikes or just walking. Great to see families out enjoying the park. Lovely foral displays together with mature trees in an open parkland setting. Boating lake, and cafe.
Queens Park in Crewe is a delight. Spacious with nicely cut grass areas, well-kept flower beds and mature trees. The boating lake is a real feature and now that the paths have been done access is easy (eg for prams etc) all around the park. There is a super cafe in the middle overlooking the lake (sun trap balcony). And... 更多