Verulamium Park

Verulamium Park

Verulamium Park in St Albans has a Play Area and Toddler Splash Park. The Toddler Splash Park is open 1st May 2017 – 3rd September 2017and is made up of approximately 12 high and low water features inserted into the surface and surrounded by a perimeter fence, to provide a safe and fun activity for children 12 years and under.

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Facilities include a Play Area and Toddler Splash Park. The Toddler Splash Park is made up of approximately 12 high and low water features inserted into the surface and surrounded by a perimeter fence, to provide a safe and fun activity for children 12 years and under. All children under 8 years old are to be accompanied by an adult and all users require parent/guardian supervision.

For everyone’s enjoyment, we do ask that all children under 3 years old wear swimming nappies and all users are required to wear swimming garments. Toilet facilities can be found within Verulamium Park and also at the Inn on the Park cafe located adjacent to the Toddler Splash Park.

The nearest public car park is Verulamium Museum Car Park, St Michaels Street, St Albans AL3 4SW, from this car park the Toddler Splash Park is located on the left hand side as you enter the Park.

 

Opening Times

Toddler Splash Park

The Splash Park is open 7 days a week from Monday 1st May 2017 through to Sunday 3rd September 2017, 1000am – 6.00pm.

Prices

FREE

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1 Comment

  1. naycolman says:
    Posted July 21, 2014 at 9:37 pm | Permalink

    What a lovely park! I visited with my 3.5 year old and 8 month old. There is lots to do there, and everything is close enough to each other and the car park to walk around. The highlight is the splash zone. It’s is really nice… not huge. If you’ve been to Cassiobury, it’s approximately the size of a single pool there. It’s surrounded by a lovely grassy area. My older daughter had a great time splashing in the water It wasn’t really suitable for my baby though. The splash zone is very close to the cafe which has toilets, high chairs and a nappy changing table. There’s a huge duck pond next to the splash zone and a nice playground. There are lots of large open grassy areas with several flatter paths (great for bikes and scooters) and some slightly hillier. We spent a good 5 hours there and had a really nice day out. The car park is pay and display – it’s £3.50 for the whole day.


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