Officially opened by a prince in 1883, Beaumont Park was Huddersfield’s first public park. With grottos, cascades and woodland walks, Beaumont Park is full of treasures to explore. This historic park has been restored to its former glory with improvements including a new bandstand hosting jazz concerts, brass bands and carol signing at Christmas and renovations to the water cascade and fountains. Popular with dog walkers, cyclists and joggers, trails around the park offer stunning views of the surrounding Huddersfield countryside and Lockwood Viaduct. Or head off the beaten track to explore the extensive woodlands and disused railway. The café at the Visitor Centre serves soup and sandwiches, homemade cakes and hot drinks. Look out for a new children’s play area and a Nature Story Trail with carved animal sculptures coming soon. The free interactive Love Exploring app will also help you to make the most of your visit.
Beaumont Park, Beaumont Park Road, Huddersfield, England HD4 7BQ, United Kingdom