Crewe is not the first place for the average traveller, but if you've been to the railway attractions, why not try Queen's Park? Crewe obviously spends money on this park and keeps it well. It is a most unusual oval shape, and was laid out at the time when it was a matter of civic pride to provide a good park, when people respected a park and didn't hang out in it, break bottles and throw litter or let their dogs mess it up. Flower displays -excellent. Boating lake. New cafe and loos -this is a particularly attractive building as it complements the Victorian lodges and clock tower. Children's playground. Woodland walking. Do not diss this place- some parks are so run-down and neglected these days, and you are lucky to find this one in good nick. Well done, Crewe.
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