A view looking toward the Cenotaph at Dufferin and Wellington Streets in Victoria Park. This London, Ontario park, named after Queen Victoria in 1874, is home to many wonderful annual events. It's also a nice place to relax and enjoy the trees, walkways and nearby coffee shops.
© Sheila Creighton 2012
Looks very beautiful and traditional park. 🙂
thank you – yes it is quite a traditional park with a band shell, walking paths, lots of big trees, skating in winter, concerts, lots of three day festivals. quite a vibrant park.
What a beautiful spot!
London is quite a nice city.
Is it at beautiful as it looks ?
It is a beautiful park. Lots of really nice trees and in the winter they decorate them with Christmas lights.
Beautiful park – it does make me wonder just how many buildings/parks/gardens/bridges etc etc are named after Queen Victoria!
British names of all sorts are huge in Canada… huge.
Those blossoms are amazing!
white always looks so nice and bright.
My old hometown back in South Africa also had a Victoria Park… named after the self same old dame!! 😉
ha ha… yes all the colonies with the English traditions.