Houndwell ParkParks & Walks
- All the family
- Under 5s
- School age
Part of Southampton's five central parks, Houndwell Park lies to the south of Palmerston Park and is separated by Pound Tree Road. It boasts an impressive and adventurous play area inspired by the city’s historic city walls and maritime history. The play structure is known as The Titanic and features the replication of desert islands, sand and shipwrecks, encouraging imaginative, exciting and creative play.
The southern end of the lime tree avenue, which runs through the centre of East, Palmerston and Houndwell parks, is marked by the William Chamberlayne Gas Column. The Gas Column is a 50-feet high fluted Doric column, cast in iron at Tickell’s Foundry in Foundry Lane, Millbrook. It was subscribed as a tribute to William Chamberlayne, MP for the town 1818-1829.
Getting to Houndwell Park
If you are planning on getting to Houndwell Park by car, some nearby postcodes are SO14 1JX and SO14 1JY. The surrounding roads are Hanover Buildings, Vincent's Walk, Poundtree Road, Palmerston Road. The closest car parks are on James Street and Ascupart Street.Houndwell Park is in central Southampton and is easy to get to on public transport. The nearest bus stops are on Vincent's Walk and Poundtree Road.
Address:Houdwell Park, 563 Vincents Walk, Southampton, SO14 1JX
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