Victoria Park opened in London, England in 1845 as a municipal recreation park.
- Victoria Park, London – Wikipedia
Victoria Park (known colloquially as Vicky Park or the People’s Park) is a park in Hackney in the East End of London, England.
- Victoria Park – Tower Hamlets
History. Victoria park. Fountain The need for a park in the East End of London became apparent when the population grew rapidly in the early 19th century with …
- Victoria Park | Hidden London
A brief history of Victoria Park, a 213-acre park with lakes and amenities, situated between South Hackney and Bow’s Old Ford locality.
- Victoria Park, East London: ‘the People’s Park’ | Municipal Dreams
Jul 9, 2013 – Victoria Park in east London, a park inaugurated under royal … But it has a proud democratic history – it’s earned its nickname, the People’s Park – and has … in Raphael Samuel, Island Stories: Untravelling Britain (1999).
- Victoria Park: a history – Hackney Citizen
Nov 7, 2010 – Pre-Victorian Victoria Park… Whatever could that have been like? Well, for starters, obviously the park hadn’t been thought of yet.