Victoria Embankment
River Trent Nottingham

Victoria Embankment is the city side of the River Trent to the west of Trent Bridge. It includes a tree lined avenue, a bandstand, often used for performances and festivals – including Medfest, a paddling pool and plenty of open space. It is also used for several fairs and events through out the year.

There are also some interesting features, the War Memorial and Memorial Gardens, suspension bridge and the old statue of Queen Victoria that used to be in Nottingham’s Market Square. The land was given to the city by Jessie Boot and was opened in 1901.

It is a very popular place for dog walkers, runners and is a fine place for a picnic. It is also a good place to watch the local rowers training and to go on a river trip up the Trent.

Victoria Embankment

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