Colin Crosby Heritage Tours

Clifton Park (Rotherham)

Clifton Park is a heritage park at Rotherham in South Yorkshire.

The main entrance is in Clifton Lane.

Covering 57 acres, the park contains the Clifton Park Museum in a Grade II* Georgian house built for the Walker family in 1783 - 84. In the museum is a fine collection of pottery from the Rockingham Works.

The park was opened by the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) in 1891.

Bookmark this page

Bookmark this page with

What is

Places in Rotherham...