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It might not be the biggest, nor the most popular park in Hamilton, but Victoria Park is a jewel in the city offering sloping green lawns, shady benches and tables and the most amazing Gazebo that I believe is over 100 years old. Just plop...More
Decent and clean park. There was a restroom, which I stopped at.
The park has history, and during my visit, since school was out, there were school kids obviously visiting the park, which game it a nice family feel, rather than an empty feel. The...More
Victoria Park is a small green space in Hamilton. I was able to walk thru during a re-positioning cruise with Holland America with girlfriends when in Bermuda. It would be nice for a picnic or lunch as it is near some office buildings. Relax and...More
The grocery store is just up the hill opposite the church and after grabbing some food there, this is a lovely park to eat lunch and watch the world go by.
There's usually some interesting characters here too....
There appears to be much confusion by reviewers on this site. Victoria Park is nowhere near the ferry terminal nor the National Library. (Maybe they confused it with Queen Elizabeth Park, formerly Par-La-Ville park?)
Victoria Park is behind City Hall and close to the Hamilton...More
I was not as impressed with this park as I was with another in Hamilton. It just seemed to be very plain in comparison. As with most parks, it is peaceful but there is not much to see. It is close to the bus terminal.