Claremont Park is run by the National Trust. The gardens and lake are historically interesting, and much is made of Queen Victoria's affection for them. However, they go back much further than that and the history is available on a board set above the terrace. The lakeside and woodland walks are undemanding but enjoyable, with many seats giving restful views over the lake. There is a National Trust cafe, carefully tended, with a small adjacent shop. These gardens are well-cared for and have paths wide enough for pushchairs. Various trails are organised for children during the school holidays. We had a very pleasant afternoon there and will go back later to see the shrubs in bloom.
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