Queen’s Park

Queen's Park, 'the jewel in Chesterfield's crown', has been handed back to the town after completion of a massive £4m project to restore the park to its former glory. Visitors are being encouraged to make full use of the town's Grade II* listed premier park, which has been improved and updated, but with tribute being paid to the past as many features have been restored to look like they did when the park was first opened in the 19th Century. Money for the recent restoration came from Chesterfield Borough Council and The Heritage Lottery Fund. The park now boasts: Historic buildings for community use Preserved gateways, lodges and bandstand cafe, and toilet block Miniature Railway 2 state of the art play areas County cricket out ground and pavilion woodland walks and nature areas , conservatory new and refurbished areas of planting, and seasonal floral bedding displays. CCTV in operation. More than 350,000 people a year visit Queen's Park . Please phone 01246 345123 for more information or sarah.poulton@chesterfield.gov.uk

Park Facilities

Bandstand
Bowling
Café/Restuarant
Children's Play Area
Cycle routes
Dog Free Area
Events
Football Pitch
Glass/Palm House
Historic Building
Miniature Railway
Multi Use Games Area
Parking
Picnic Area
Pond
Public Sculpture
Public Transport Links
Tennis Court
Toilets
Walking Routes
Football Pitch
Green Flag
Award Winner
Managing Organisation
Chesterfield Borough Council
Contact
Gary McCarthy
Telephone
01246 345 127