- Entry Fee
The public park is open from 6 am to 9 pm
entry fee from around 80 USD
There are several routes available to get to Victoria Park Fort Lauderdale from downtown. The best route is via E Broward Boulevard and NE 14th Avenue, a 3-minute or 1-mile drive. Alternatively, the park can be accessed via US-1 N and NE 6th Street, which is also a 3-minute or 1-mile journey. The park can also be accessed via NE 2nd Street and NE 14th Avenue, a 4-minute or 1-mile drive from downtown.
Enjoy a relaxing visit to Victoria Park Fort Lauderdale, close to all the other major attractions in the city.
About Victoria Park Fort Lauderdale
The beautiful, 1.4 acre Victoria Park is set in the Fort Lauderdale residential area of the same name and brings back memories of Florida of days gone by, with its quaint, white gazebo and floral gardens. This is also true for the luxurious upscale estates in the park, where many of the homes are genuine, beautifully preserved 1930 “cracker” houses, many of which are historically significant.
The namesake park itself has a waterfront location and offers water sports, including stand-up paddleboarding and kayaking. There is an open play area for the children and lovely walking and jogging paths. The park is also perfect for a relaxing picnic or barbeque. Victoria Park is beautifully maintained with limited parking in front and joins up by a bridge at the back to the Annie Beck Park.
Victoria Park is LGBT-friendly and is home to the Stonewall National Museum and Archives, with its many exhibits relating to a century of LGBT history.
The park is perfectly located, with several attractions of the city close by. The Galleria Fort Lauderdale upmarket shopping mall is an easy 0.4-mile stroll away, as is the beautiful English Park. Holiday Park with its sports activities is 0.7 miles away, while Bonnet House Museum and Gardens and Gateway Shopping Center are both a 0.9-mile drive or walk away.
Many great restaurants are also located close by including Shuck N Dive, The Wilder and Good Spirit’s Fifth & Fed, while the Victoria Park Hotel is an eco-friendly property with an outdoor pool and plenty of great room amenities.
Reviews for Victoria Park Fort Lauderdale
According to the Niche website, the Victoria Park Fort Lauderdale residential area is number 10 among the best neighborhoods to live in the city from 14 reviews. One resident said how great it was to live so close to the beach and many properties have wonderful ocean views. Due to the beach cleanup program in Fort Lauderdale, the beach is reportedly kept very clean, while the public park itself is well-kept.
Another reviewer wrote that with Victoria Park being in downtown Fort Lauderdale, there are plenty of shopping opportunities in the area. They did mention there are no “mom and pop” stores, but that all businesses are clean and their members of staff are respectful and friendly.
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