Welcome to Waterloo Park, Norwich. The park is a beautiful Grade 11 listed green space on the outskirts of Norwich. It is one of four parks designed by Captain Arnold Edward Sandys-Winsch and it opened in its present form on the 25th April 1933.

The Green Flag Award

We are delighted to have been awarded the Green Flag Award for 2021.
The Award reflects the high standards of maintenance by Norwich City Council to keep Waterloo Park looking as good as it does, and also the involvement of the Friends of Waterloo Park, and other partner organisations who help to keep it tidy, attractive-looking and well used. Find out more about the Green Flag Award here

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Your Visit

Discover more about the park and plan your visit.

Plan your visit
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Dyer's Garden

In recent years there has been a growing interest in reviving the art of natural dyeing from plants. More information on our dyer's garden here.

More Information
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Get Involved

The Friends of Waterloo Park always welcomes new members and you can be involved as much or as little as you like.

Get involved