Exhibition Park is near Claremond Road beyond the the RVI Hospital. It's a large park which was named after the Royal Jubilee Exhibition in 1887 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s 50th year on the throne, having previously been named Bull Park. The only remaining item from the 1887 Exhibition is the bandstand and all other temporary buildings and structures were removed and the grounds reinstated. The park has croquet lawns, a children's cycling club, tennis courts and a basket ball court, a children's playground, a skate park and a military museum which is currently close. It's a fabulous place to take the kids. The nearest car park is the Claremont Road one which charges city centre rates.
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