Endcliffe Park is located in Sheffield and was opened in 1887 to commemorate the Jubilee of the Queen Victoria. There is a statue of her in the park, and also a tree that was planted by the Lord Mayor of Sheffield in her honour not far from it. The park is much-loved with locals and is often busy with families, but still quiet and tranquil enough to be an escape from the bustle of everyday work life. As well as greenery often used for football and picnics, or just lazing in the sunshine, there is a woodland area which is part of the Northern border. Another feature of the park is Porter Brook, which separates into two ponds, which ducks and pigeons have made their home. It is a fun activity for children to watch the animals and also play in the park, with enough space for many activities to be enjoyed without getting in the way of other guests. A playground was added in 2008, so another reason to take the children along and keep them entertained. If you are considering a visit to the park during the day, a good idea for afterwards is to go for a meal, and there are plenty of restaurants near Endcliffe Park to choose from. The closest is The Mediterranean, serving Spanish tapas and fresh seafood. Other restaurants close to Endcliffe Park include Maranello’s, an authentic family-run Italian restaurant, and Café Rouge on Ecclesall Road which offers French cuisine. We have listed restaurants within a 15 mile radius of Endcliffe Park, and you can book online with us for free. Whether it’s to keep the kids quiet during the summer holidays, or a visit to the park when it’s a little chillier, we’re here to help make your day as enjoyable as possible.