Victoria Park is a green space natural area and a community public park located downtown in the City of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Victoria Park is the main treed and green space parkland area to visit when exploring the downtown shops, stores, restaurants, galleries and boutiques located in the City of Regina.
Victoria Park was first established in 1907. The park was created in an effort to add some green space to the downtown core in Regina so to attract more pioneers and settlers to the region during the early 1900s.
Measuring only 1 city block by 1 city block. Victoria Avenue, 12th Avenue, Lorne and Scarth Streets all have access to Victoria Park. From each street there is a walking path leading to the centre of the park where there is a cenotaph memorial.
The park is a place to relax, a place to rest during a day of shopping and a place to enjoy a lunch break for many people during the work week. There are sitting benches, a playground, grass lawns and flower gardens located in Victoria Park.
There are also a few attractions and heritage buildings within close walking distance to Victoria Park. They include some churches, Regina's Farmers Market, theatres, Regina Plains Museum, art galleries and the public library.