Colchester’s distinctive heritage is nowhere more apparent than in Castle Park. A site of national importance, this Victorian Park contains evidence of 2000 years of history and is a landscape moulded by the people of Colchester over many eras.
Castle Park not only encompasses much of Colchester’s rich heritage within its boundaries but is much loved and used as a part of present day life. It boasts over 1 million visitors a year. Providing a green oasis in the town centre, you can sit, walk, enjoy music, play games, or picnic amongst wonderful flowers and trees.
Its horticulture is award-winning and the park has long been a superb venue for the town’s big events.
The park itself is designated Grade II on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England.