Castle Park is a large area of greenery near Broadmead in Bristol. It features some areas of historic interest and is set alongside the docks. You can catch a Bristol Ferry from Castle Park and travel around the Central Bristol waterways.
There isn’t a play park anymore, but there are large open areas for children to play and a small water feature.
Features of interest in the park are:
Grade II listed Bristol Castle’s keep, walls and vaults
Grade II* listed remains of St Peter’s Church
Seven Silver Birch trees planted in memory of the seven beaches of the D-Day Landings
If you want to find out more about the trees in the park, Bristol City Council has developed a Tree Trail Leaflet which can be downloaded here: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/documents/20182/32911/Castle+park+tree+trail+leaflet/b0adb67a-d491-b8f0-e510-221dd2bfe160
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