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Fantastic place to bring the family. Two playgrounds, two cafes, duck pond & boating pond. Rent boats from £10/30mins (West lake). Great way to spend a day. 10-15mins walk from Mile End tube station.
Great playgrounds, good atmosphere, possibly the best cafe in any London park.
Maybe the best park of the East.
Nice park especially in a sunny day.
Good day for a outing, love the play area for kids
Possibly the best park in London. Great for people watching. Hipsters on bikes, fitsters in Nike top-to-toe, in-line skaters like it's Venice Beach, and coffee from Pavilion.
Gorgeous! Take a walk around the whole perimeter to get a taste of different Hackney life, then head for drinks in Victoria park village when the sun goes in
Beautiful park, great for a run and go to the Pavillion. Great coffee
The lakeside pavilion in the West Park has amazing food, my favourite is the advocado, honey with cinnamon
One of the greatest parks in London. Go for breakfast at the pavilion cafe and after you had enough of the park you can walk along th canal towards hackney.
It's great for a run, a walk, footie and to just hang around in the sun 😊
Love this park, especially the two canals that run on the sides
Perfect for both morning run and lazy afternoon stroll
Such a nice park with two (equally) great places for brunch, lunch and coffee. A really great place for a walk on the weekend - especially when you consider that you can also walk along the canal too!
Host of Lovebox and sunburn every year
One of my favourite spots in London. Perfect with friends on a sunny day.
Such a lovely park with a lovely vibe... Great for hanging out as soon as it's remotely warm enough
Great place to come and relax, brings back a lot of childhood memories
If you need somewhere to jog, this is it. Wonderful.
The first time i visited victoria park, i was amazed how nature is will one day come back there but with some one i wish to be my love #yet to come
Great for picnics in the summertime
Go for a run in this spacious park! Some drinking water dispensers can be found along the outer route. For an additional outdoors workout find a bunch of pull up and parallel bars on the eastern side.
The lakeside playground needs more bike racks.
The People's Park was one of the first spots in London I fell in love with. Great for picnics & brekkie at the Pavilion Cafe. It has none of the crowds found in the more touristy central parks.
A great park in east London. Good for picnics. Has playground with big climbing frames for kids (and adult kids). Good for "free idea to entertaining in London"
Very good restaurant by the main lake. Good food ( organic mainly) and good atmosphere. Service was good and staff are friendly.
Portena @ field day amazing
Amazing park for a walk or a relaxing afternoon laying on the grass.
It is huge n lovely
Not that typical as Hyde Park, but maybe nicer for this reason. Go there through Regent's Canal. Having a small barbecue there is a great idea for summer time.
weekend pick up football for everybody http://footyaddicts.co.uk/venues/5192849b86e6e4c4d2000015
Great park for running, there are water fountains dotted around the paths and lots of other friendly joggers.
A special place that must be visited, irrespective of the weather.
Lovely and peaceful place to work out especially in the mornings 👍👣
You are not a real Londoner if you have never been to Victoria Park! :)
Take your youngsters to the Pool Playground or the Splash Park as I heard some children call it.
Can't believe lil Kim cancelled. Sungay at Lovebox won't be the same.
I had a great time! From the looks if it everybody else had fun too. Bar by main stage had shorter lineups :)
Go to Bottle Apostle first and get some good beer!
Leave by the Gunmakers Gate exit and on the left is The Eleanor Arms award winning real ale pub.
The money invested in sprucing up Vicky Park for the Olympics was worth it!
One lap of the perimeter path in Victoria Park is 3.5 miles (5.7km)
Nice cycle circuit with gentle incline and straights to power through. Hazards: Kids throwing stuff, blind turn when anticlockwise, joggers with earphones stepping onto path. Best on early mornings
Nicely refurbished right in time for the Olympics. Don't miss the little Café at the Pond.
At the east end of the park by Cadagoen Terrace there are some pedestrian stone alcoves from the parapets of the old London Bridge; the one with all the buildings on. Very chilled place to sit.
visit the new pagoda near overlooking the lake
One of the best spot in East London (Even Greater London) for running. Also as good for a sunbath or just read a book. Peaceful.
1 September: Sit in an alcove of old London Bridge. Two of the 1760 alcoves from London Bridge were relocated to the eastern fringes of the park in 1860, where they now act as simple park seats.