Crookes Park is not in a central position, and in itself it doesn't stand out from the average suburban park in ... More
Crookes Park is not in a central position, and in itself it doesn't stand out from the average suburban park in Sheffield, but it does have one of the best views of Sheffield that the city has to offer. The view is industrial but realistic, you can see for miles and the view is very satisfying and has real historical interest. The park itself is extremely peaceful, mainly attracting joggers and dog walkers, but it also has tennis courts and a bowling green. If you are staying in or close to Crookes, this is a peaceful and wholly uncrowded place to relax.
Osterley Park is a large, picturesque house in Osterley, West London. The property is owned and maintained by The National
Trust, and offers a Robert Adam house, a tea room, a shop and many acres of peaceful parkland. The ...
Founded in 1888 and nicknamed "Paradise," Celtic Park holds over 60,000 rowdy football fans, rooting for or against the home
team, the Celtic Football Club. The green and white team battles some of the top football clubs in the ...
In the shadow of St James Park, home of Newcastle United Football Club, Leazes Park is a pleasant bit of
greenery, less than ten minutes walk from the city centre. As well as an area of grassy moorland, there ...