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Penrith Coronation Garden

Portland Place, Penrith

Coronation garden was created as a community garden in 1938, to celebrate the Coronation of KingPenrith Coronation Garden George VI. The land used for the garden was originally a tennis court and gardens to two houses which were converted into the Town Hall. The gardens are on Portland Place and cover an area of approximately 40 metres by 30 metres. Unfortunately over the years the garden had become neglected and underused.

So in 2012 the garden was redesigned and renewed by Eden District Council working in partnership with Penrith Rotary Club to celebrate the centenary of Rotary International.  

The garden contains 16 information panels, interactive artworks, and historical banners, all in a sensory garden setting. 

Free entry and permanently open.

Make learning fun with family activity packs available from the nearby Penrith Tourist Information Centre.

More information on the Coronation Gardens is available on the Explore Penrith website.

Miles: 10