Planning your visit
Address: 282-284 Arkwright Street, Trent Bridge, Nottingham, NG2 2GR View on Google map
Price: Once you're parked up, it won't cost you a thing
Toilets: For customers of the local pub/café
Victoria Embankment is a grand, landscaped park alongside the mighty River Trent in Nottingham. It's the place to take all the family for a Sunday afternoon promenade, and then reward with a well-deserved ice-cream from the little kiosk near the bridge.
Either take a boat trip or use the river viewing platform to watch the boats, while soaking in the historic Trent Bridge. Yes, it's a real bridge, not just the very famous cricket grounds.
It's a super place to feed the ducks and geese or just sit and relax at one of the many local pubs en-route. You'll even find a great play area for the little ones at Memorial Gardens on the west side of the river.
Places to eat:
Take a picnic to the Memorial Gardens and enjoy the peaceful surrounding on the banks of a great river in the middle of a city
The banks of the River Trent here are teeming with ducks and geese, so there are lots of opportunities to take some feed and get close to these wonderful water birds (as long as you remember not to feed them bread - see our healthy ducks page for six things you didn't know you could feed ducks)
By car - there's lots of parking roadside on Victoria Embankment
By train - Nottingham Station is a 15 minute walk along the towpath of the Nottingham & Beeston Canal to where it joins the River Trent and the start of the embankment