Victoria Gardens, Tewkesbury, more properly known as Victoria Pleasure Gardens, lie
within a stone’s throw of the town centre and offer a tranquil retreat from the bustle
of the town.
Victoria Pleasure Gardens were created to celebrate the diamond jubilee of Queen
Victoria in 1897.
They have been widened and changed over the years but are now colourful throughout
Welcome to Victoria Pleasure Gardens
If you are visiting Tewkesbury, then allow yourself time to pause in the tranquil
Victoria Pleasure Gardens. In summer the flower borders and the rose beds make a
vibrant display and in winter the views of the Ham and the Malvern Hills in the distance
are quite spectacular.
This website is due to be replaced and so some information could be out of date.
This group of volunteers was formed after the floods of 2007 . The gardens had been
devastated and people living in the area were determined to do what they could to
restore them. The bright and cheerful displays are the result of their hard work.......