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“Preston Park”
Review of Preston Park

Preston Park
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$26.28*
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Cycling Tour of Brighton City
Ranked #16 of 171 things to do in Brighton
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed April 19, 2013

A nice spacious park within walking distance of the city centre. The gardens are well maintained and there are well kept paths to walk along. I was here to start the Brighton marathon.

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Reviewed April 1, 2013

One of Brighton's oldest parks which you drive by on way into the city from London. Stop and enjoy its many facilities, 2 cafes, sports pitches, tennis courts, bowls, the garden for the blind, the recently restored rose garden by the Rotunda cafe, superb childrens' play area, safe cycling for kids.

Thank Gillian T
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Reviewed March 21, 2013

I love this park. It's right on my doorstep.

There is lots of space and every now and again there is something on for the community to get involved with. There is also a cafe, tennis courts and a couple of landmarks.

Check it out, it's always a good alternative to the busy beach!

Thank Stevie M
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Reviewed March 15, 2013

One of my favourite parts of inner suburban Brighton. A beautiful landscaped park with coffee shops and tennis and bowling facilities. Remember to visit the Tockery on the other side of park for fantastic views and a lovely pond.

Thank Roomchecker007
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Reviewed March 7, 2013

This is a huge park in Brighton. Nice place to go cycling,jogging and have picnics during summer.It has such a huge expanse of green lawns and is home to the 'Preston Twins' - widely considered to be the largest and oldest English Elm trees in the world. The trees are at the top end of the park, by the road and close to Preston Manor.

Thank betty l
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